From our contacts in Denver University and from our web editorial staff we have gathered the following updates related to NHS activities around the globe :

1. Poland is reporting that they are the first country in the world to be universally screening all newborns. See the relative editorial for additional details.

2. Dr. Randi Wetke from Aarhus Hospital, has mentioned to one of our staff members during the last AAA meeting that they have a pilot program that will be funded by the government to start screening. It probably has already begun. 

3. Canada is screening in the province of Ontario and Nova Scotia. The state of Vancouver has finally convinced the government to begin some screening, and Manitoba, has screening started but only in a few hospitals.