Jocelyn Robles, due Oct. 31, knows her baby will die after a few breaths. She wipes her tears away. “I’d rather go through with it and cherish whatever time I have,” said the Yakima woman whose unborn baby has anencephaly, a fatal disease. “Even if it’s an hour, a few minutes. Anything is better than nothing. And I’m going to see my baby, at least for a little bit.” Robles was at a public hearing in Sunnyside on Tuesday night held by state Health Department experts examining a spike in anencephaly, a medical mystery near Yakima being confirmed by new cases, prompting more questions than answers. State health officials conceded at the meeting they do not know what’s causing the ongoing and alarming spike in anencephaly, in which the spinal nerves in a fetus form outside the neck. More