The Gap Baby – An RSV Story

Most young children encounter what’s known as Respiratory Syncytial Virus, or RSV, before age two. It’s a common seasonal virus with flu-like symptoms and in otherwise healthy children it can be no big deal. In preemies, however, it can be literally deadly. Prevention is possible, but as this video from the National Coalition for Infant Health explains, premature infants whose health plans don’t cover preventive RSV treatment may suffer – and unnecessarily so.

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