Tasmanian mother’s warning about rare condition that killed her young boy who suffered a stroke

A devastated mother has pleaded for more widespread awareness of a deadly heart condition that was originally diagnosed as asthma after it claimed the life of her five-year-old son. 

Taylor Roberts’ son Finley passed away suddenly after suffering a stroke caused by a rare, undiagnosed heart condition last April in Tasmania.

Ms Roberts told Daily Mail Australia the condition – hypotrophic cardiomyopathy – had shaken the close-knit family to the core. 

Finley (left) was the 'best big brother' to younger sibling Hayden (right), and were 'so close'

Finley (left) was the ‘best big…

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