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Editor—Chowrimooto et al recently pointed out that: “fetal copper metabolism is different from that of the adult,...with apparent similarity to Wilson’s disease.”1 It is well known that the copper chelating agent D-penicillamine (DPA) leads to a clinical improvement in hepato-lenticular degeneration without common toxic effects. Why, then, we wonder, has the demonstration of an effective …