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July 4, 1988
Cases of the mysterious "sudden unexpected death syndrome" among Southeast Asian refugees have declined in most areas of the United States, but not in the San Joaquin Valley. Nationwide, 117 seemingly healthy men and one woman have died without warning since the first case was reported in 1981. The cases peaked nationwide in 1982--except in the San Joaquin Valley, where many Southeast Asians have moved to be with relatives.
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NEWS
July 4, 1988
Cases of the mysterious "sudden unexpected death syndrome" among Southeast Asian refugees have declined in most areas of the United States, but not in the San Joaquin Valley. Nationwide, 117 seemingly healthy men and one woman have died without warning since the first case was reported in 1981. The cases peaked nationwide in 1982--except in the San Joaquin Valley, where many Southeast Asians have moved to be with relatives.
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