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Professor Alfirevic from the Department of Women's and Children's Health at the University of Liverpool argues that although premature children tend to have lower cognitive ability than their peers and 14.9 million are born prematurely each year worldwide, is it really possible to stop spontaneous preterm labor?
Scientists recently developed a test that can help predict whether a pregnant female could give birth prematurely, paving the way for the development of new options to prevent premature baby births.
New research may offer hope for extremely preterm infants. Advances in medical interventions have resulted in higher survival rates for extremely preterm infants.
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