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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