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Fetal and neonatal organ transplantation
  1. Alastair McKelvey
  1. Correspondence to Dr Alastair McKelvey, Department of Fetal Medicine, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Colney Lane, Norwich, Norfolk NR4 7UY, UK; alastair.mckelvey{at}

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I was delighted to read the letter from Atreja and Godambe,1 leading on from the review by Wright and Barlow.2 While there are undoubted ethical considerations,3 this reported development provides hope in the UK to parents in two invidious positions.

In the first, fetologists regularly counsel couples where an isolated prenatally diagnosed anomaly indicates that their baby would not be expected …

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