My 14 year old son died 2 yrs ago of a coronary artery anomaly that was not detected even though he had tests. He had an echo and ECG but nothing was found, anyone else going through this horrific experience ?
i am so sorry for your loss. when i was at school the son of one of the teacher's died of a very similar thing - he was a very healthy sports playing boy - i think this is more common than people realize; hopefully medical science will recognise whatever factor causes this very soon. best wishes to you and strength to cope with such an awful tragedy.
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