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Editor—The paper by Ogiharaet al 1 adds to our understanding of the pathogenesis of chronic lung disease (CLD) associated with high plasma concentrations of aldehyde lipid peroxidation products on the first day of life in preterm infants, a common complication of neonatal intensive care. Specifically, plasma concentrations of heptanal ⩾500 nM, 2-nonenal …