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Mar 7, 2017 Journal news

Press release: vaginal progesterone reduces rate of preterm birth in twins

Vaginal progesterone decreases preterm birth and neonatal morbidity and mortality in women with a twin gestation and a short cervix: An updated meta-analysis of individual patient data

Oct 26, 2016 Journal news

Press release: majority of stillbirths remain unexplained

Majority of stillbirth cases remain unexplained, suggesting postmortem investigation needs to be refined

Mar 10, 2016 Journal news

Press release: pregnant women support first maternal gene therapy trial

The EVERREST consortium aims to carry out the first trial of a novel maternal growth factor gene therapy for severe early-onset FGR.

Jan 18, 2016 Journal news

Press release: new app can help doctors predict the risk of preterm birth

Development and validation of a tool incorporating cervical length and quantitative fetal fibronectin to predict spontaneous preterm birth in asymptomatic high-risk women

Dec 2, 2015 Journal news

Press release: 11 key research priorities to reduce stillbirths

Priority Setting Partnership publish 11 key research questions to reduce the number of stillbirths

Oct 26, 2015 Journal news

Press release: DNA test for Down’s syndrome on the NHS could save lives

Clinical implementation of routine Down-syndrome screening by NIPT

Apr 11, 2014 Journal news

Press release: pelvic floor imaging can identify women likely to benefit from vaginal mesh surgery

Critical trial identifies women most likely to benefit from vaginal mesh surgery

Oct 6, 2013 Journal news

Press release: IVF scratching technique improves clinical pregnancy rates

Performing endometrial ‘scratching’ once during IVF treatment can increase clinical pregnancy by 20%

Sep 23, 2013 Journal news

Press release: improved antenatal management protocols impacts survival in growth-restricted pregnancies

Early results from a large European-wide clinical trial that aims to optimize delivery dates for women with high-risk pregnancies complicated by fetal growth restriction reports an increase in survival rates and a reduction in severe mortality compared with similar studies