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Too Young to Live? Rebecca Sandels reports on the medical advances that have radically increased the chances of survival for babies born prematurely. The downside is that babies born earlier than 25 weeks are highly prone to severe or moderate disability. This report explores the debate over whether it is right to keep these babies alive, given their comparatively limited quality of life.
A busy afternoon of sport, including cricket, with reaction to today's announcement of the England squad named for the Second Test. Also, the Hungarian Grand Prix, and Toulouse v Leeds in the second semi-final of rugby league's Challenge Cup. Plus the last day of the British Open golf on the ladies' European tour and the final day of the World Swimming championships in Montreal. Presented by Arlo White. Coverage of the World Swimming championships is on BBC2 at 11pm
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