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    WE ARE WHAT WE EAT

    Optimal nutrition to support growth in preterm and ill infants continues to be an elusive goal. In a multicentre study that included tertiary and special care units in a single region, postnatal growth restriction was universal in preterm infants who survived to discharge, although the extent varied among units. This variation could not be explained by differences in patient characteristics, including severity of illness, and underscores the importance of continued examination of our nutritional practices.
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