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Editor,—Fleming and colleagues state the protective association between pacifiers and cot death is probably real, but feel recommendations on its use cannot be made.1 Is the association causal? There are several hypotheses that might provide a biological mechanism, and thus strengthen this supposition. Having a pacifier might prevent turning prone face straight down. Or perhaps pacifiers facilitate switching to mouth …