Cystic fibrosis identified by neonatal screening: incidence, genotype, and early natural history.

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The incidence of cystic fibrosis over the last 10 years in East Anglia (a region of the United Kingdom with a population of 2.1 million) has halved. This has happened during the establishment of a neonatal screening programme, which has enabled early diagnosis, genetic counselling, and lately the option of prenatal diagnosis in subsequent pregnancies. One… (More)

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@article{Green1993CysticFI, title={Cystic fibrosis identified by neonatal screening: incidence, genotype, and early natural history.}, author={Mark Green and Lawrence T Weaver and Anthony F Heeley and Kristina J Nicholson and J A Kuzemko and David Barton and R. F. T. Mcmahon and Stewart J. Payne and Scott Austin and John R. Yates}, journal={Archives of disease in childhood}, year={1993}, volume={70 3}, pages={252} }