New York moves to become first state fighting sepsis–following Sunnyside tragedy

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  1. 86Mets

    Hopefully, this will save some lives.

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  2. Krissi

    Wow, I really admire the Stauntons. I don’t know if “congratulations on this victory” is appropriate to say about their sad tragedy, but I’m truly impressed by what a strong family they are.

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  3. Jeremy K

    Septic shock is a real killer, and I really, really, really hope this helps. We shouldn’t have the kind of variance we do between hospitals. If we’re not uniformly treating this, then there’s a problem with our standards. Thank you, Ciaran, for saving the next person’s life.

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  4. Sunnyside Native

    What a tragedy for the Staunton Family! Maybe passing some sort of local legislation will save another person’s life in the future. :(

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