Birth defects are the biggest killer of children in the Bradford district
The sheer scale of Bradford's birth defect problem has been laid bare in a new report on child deaths.
The report shows that two in every five child deaths in the district are caused by genetic anomalies - the most common cause of death among under-18s.
And further analysis suggests around a third of these deaths involve parents who are related to each other and carry the same faulty gene.
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