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New Treatment for Preeclampsia May Allow for Delayed Delivery
Removing a serum protein through apheresis may allow clinicians to safely delay delivery in women with preeclampsia, a pilot study suggests.
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Medical Student - St. Georges University, London
Posted almost 5 years ago
It's great how these advances in preeclampsia management are having better maternal and fetal outcomes! We still have a long way to go though...
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