A baby from Birmingham who could have died from a rare metabolic disease has been saved by a pioneering UK screening project.
Dr Anupam Chakrapani has told ITV News Central that five-month-old Habul Khatoom could have died if the treatment was delayed by even a couple of days.
Habul was found to have Maple Syrup Urine Disease (MSUD) after a blood test at Birmingham Children's Hospital six days after she was born.
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Dry for much of the Wednesday with possible brighter spells in the east. Outbreaks of rain will spread southwards later in the day.
Wednesday will be another rather cloudy and mild day. Although dry for most the odd spot of drizzle is possible, mainly over high ground.
Plans have been unveiled to regenerate the Broadmarsh area of Nottingham city centre. Works are to start next year.