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A touch of cerebral palsy
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    The Pakistani Parent and Cerebral Palsy News
    Dear Editor:

    I agree with Professor Marlow.

    We at our unit in Karachi deal with a spectrum of parents ranging from the highly educated cosmopolitan couple to the the very illiterate labobourer family on the verge of poverty.Our practice has been to address the risk of long-term neurodevelopmental outcome right from day 1, based on the prematurity.During subsequent discussions the range of such disability gets...

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