Universal screening of infants for rare disease may be cost-effective, study finds

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Biliary atresia is a relatively rare childhood condition affecting the liver, with the potential to inflict hepatocellular damage or liver failure if left untreated. While the condition affects about 0.42 to 2.9 per 10,000 infants, prevalence rates differ across geographies.

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