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        The Fontan outcomes network: first steps towards building a lifespan registry for individuals with Fontan circulation in the United States – CORRIGENDUM
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The authors apologise that upon publication of this article two authors were missed off and placed in the acknowledgements section instead. The online version of this article has been updated to list the authors correctly.

Tarek Alsaied, Kiona Y. Allen, Jeffrey B. Anderson, Julia S. Anixt, David W. Brown, Frank Cetta, Rachael Cordina, Yves D’udekem, Meghan Didier, Salil Ginde, Michael V. Di Maria, Michelle Eversole, David Goldberg, Bryan H. Goldstein, Erin Hoffmann, Adrienne H. Kovacs, Carole Lannon, Stacey Lihn, Adam M. Lubert, Bradley S. Marino, Emily Mullen, Diane Pickles, Rahul H. Rathod, Jack Rychik, James S. Tweddell, Sharyl Wooton, Gail Wright, Adel Younoszai, Tom Glenn, Alicia Wilmoth and Kurt Schumacher

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Alsaied, T., Allen, K., Anderson, J., Anixt, J., Brown, D., Cetta, F., … Schumacher, K. (2020). The Fontan outcomes network: First steps towards building a lifespan registry for individuals with Fontan circulation in the United States. Cardiology in the Young, 16. doi: 10.1017/S1047951120001869