A ’drug drought’ for pregnant women
USA Today, June 4, 2008
Although 4 million American women give birth annually, almost no one is developing medications for complications of pregnancy, including conditions that threaten the lives of mothers and children, experts say. There are so few effective drugs for pregnancy-related conditions, they add, that in many cases, doctors can save their patients only by delivering babies early.
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