Referral rates for diagnostic testing support an incidence of permanent neonatal diabetes in three European countries of at least 1 in 260,000 live births.
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We wish to thank all patients, their families, nurses and doctors. We thank A.-M. Patch (Peninsula Medical School, Exeter, UK) for her contribution to this study. The Child Health and Well-being Fund and J. Wouter Jukema, Department of Cardiology, Leiden University Medical Centre, Leiden, the Netherlands provided support for A. S. Slingerland. M. T. Malecki was supported by the Polish Ministry of Education and Science (Grant No. 2 P0E 136 29) and funds from the Jagiellonian University Medical College (Grant K/ZDS/000399). B. M. Shields and S. Ellard are employed as core staff within the National Institute of Health Research, UK-funded Peninsula Clinical Research Facility. S. E. Flanagan was funded by the Sir Graham Wilkins PMS research studentship and A. T. Hattersley is a Wellcome Trust Research Leave Fellow.
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