Birth defects leading cause of infant deaths in S.C.

Birth defects were the leading cause of infant mortality in South Carolina in 2011, according to figures released by the State's Department of Health and Environmental Control. Premature birth and sudden infant death syndrome were the second and third most common causes.

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