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A Candid Portrait of Grief (Babies On The Brain)


by Samantha Banerjee for Babies on The Brain, October 11, 2016   Today is my birthday – but celebrating is the last thing on my mind. For the past 3 years, my birthday has not been marked with cake and candles and good cheer.  Smiles and excitement and joy have given way to tears and sorrow and […]



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Alana Marie Banerjee


Samantha Mom to Alana Stillborn October 4, 2013 Katonah, New York Source: Faces of Loss Alana Marie Banerjee was born on October 4th, 2013 at 2:21 a.m. – 6 lbs 8 oz of pure joy for me and her father. At 20 inches long, she was a tall baby, with long skinny legs, slender fingers […]



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We were going to have a baby, but God gave us an Angel instead – In Loving Memory of Our Daughter, Alana Marie Banerjee


Posted on November 1, 2013 on Samantha’s blog Alana Marie Banerjee was born on October 4th, 2013 at 2:21 am – 6 lbs 8 oz of pure joy for me and her father.  At 20 inches long, she was a tall baby, with long skinny legs, slender fingers with perfect miniature nails, and big soft feet […]



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Mothers team up to break stigma about stillborn deaths to fund research


NEW YORK — It impacts all races and crosses all socioeconomic lines. Though recent reports say black women are twice as likely to have a stillbirth than women of other races, it is not a subject many want to talk about.  It is deeply personal and it is heartbreaking. But Samantha Banerjee and Hilary Hughes […]



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Stillbirth Still Shocks…..


This article was co-authored by Hilary Hughes and Samantha Banerjee  of the Star Legacy Foundation New York Metro Chapter and appeared in Lohud.com  on 4/5/16.  It is tenderly written and tells why our new chapter is so important.  We have a number of new chapters organizing – if you are interested in forming or joining a chapter in […]



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