Spotlight: Lack of Speedy Diagnosis and Treatment Resulted In Orlaith Staunton’s Son’s Death

A2A Spotlight
Tuesday, January 15th
KCBS Radio news anchor and A2A founder Jeff Bell interviews Orlaith Staunton, who lost her 12-year-old son Rory to Sepsis in 2012. Orlaith co-founded the Rory Staunton Foundation for Sepsis Prevention to educate people on how to prevent Sepsis and the importance of a speedy diagnosis and immediate treatment. Triggered by an infection, more than 1 million Americans get Sepsis annually. It is the leading cause of death of children and infants throughout the world.