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The Jesse Cause is a national non-profit foundation formed by Chris and Shelene Keith after they suffered an almost tragic encounter with Group B strep, the hardly known, yet number one infectious killer of newborns in the United States (according to the CDC).  The Keiths have an amazing story to tell—and have told it, in part, in some of the following media:

Our current press release — The Jesse Cause scores its first big victory: we won the fight to change the national medical protocol. Every pregnant woman will be tested for GBS!

Our public service announcement.

Ventura County Reporter, Patricia Norquist’s column: “10,000 Babies a Year – Forever: Ventura County can make a difference in the work of the Jesse Cause,” June 14, 2001
Parent Magazine, December 2000
Baby Talk Magazine, October 2000
Los Angeles Times, Ventura County Section, August 25, 2000 and March 21, 1999
NBC national news coverage of the Jesse Cause at the San Francisco ACOG Convention, May 24, 2000
Family Radio Network interview with Shelene Keith, May 9, 2000
Christian Times, COVER STORY, May 2000
Ann Martin interview with Shelene Keith on "Woman 2 Woman," CBS-News, April 21, 2000
"48 Hours" Segment on CBS, "Invisible Killers," March 4, 2000
KIEV-Radio, Stephanie Edwards Show interview with the Keiths, January 2000
The Star, Oxnard & Port Hueneme Section, December 17, 1999
Ventura County Reporter, "When Joy Turns to Grief" COVER STORY, December 2, 1999
Dr. Laura Schlessinger's Newsletter, November 1999

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