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Preterm Birth: Mother and Child

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Preterm Birth: Mother and Child
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789533078281
Number of pages: 368

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A continued dialogue between specialties is essential in the battle against preterm birth in an attempt to relieve the effects or after-effects of preterm birth. For all of our medical advances to date, preterm birth is still all too common, and its ramifications are significant for hospitals, families and society in general.

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