The Oliver King Foundation – SADS
Responsible department: Office of the Leader of the House of Commons
We call on the Government to take action on Sudden Adult Death Syndrome (SADS).
SADS can go on undetected, and is something which can affect people aged between 12 & 35 years old. It can be detected by simply having an ECG test.
The Oliver King Foundation was set up following the death of Oliver King, a 12 year old boy who died in Wavertree of SADS.
We call on the Government to introduce defibrillators to all public buildings by 2017, and provide staff with the appropriate training. We also call on the Government to offer all people aged between 12 & 35 a simple ECG test, which could reduce the current death rate of 12 young people a week.
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