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Letters on the following papers have been published recently as rapid responses on theADC website. To read these letters visit and click on “Read rapid responses”:

Do presenters to paediatric meetings get their work published? F A I Riordan.Arch Dis Child2000;83:524–6.

A case of lead poisoning due to snooker chalk. P I Dargan, P H Evans, I M House, et al. Arch Dis Child 2000;83:519–20.

The management of fever and petechiae: making sense of rash decisions. P A Brogan, A Raffles. Arch Dis Child2000;83:506–7.

Sudden unexpected non-violent death between 1and 19 years in north Spain. B Morentin, B Aguilera, P M Garamendi, et al. Arch Dis Child2000;82:456–61.

Emergency management of meningococcal disease. A J Pollard, J Britto, S Nadel, et al. Arch Dis Child 1999;80:290–6.

Parents' perceptions of disclosure of the diagnosis of cerebral palsy. G Baird, H McConachie, D Scrutton. Arch Dis Child 2000;83:475–80.

The need for and the role of a coordinator in child health surveillance/promotion. M Blair. Arch Dis Child 2001;84:1–5.

Case-control study of current validity of previously described risk factors for SIDS in the Netherlands. M P l'Hoir, A C Engelberts, G Th J van Well,et al. Arch Dis Child1998;79:386–93.

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