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First Time Pregnancies to Be Studied

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The Salt Lake Tribune,  May 8, 2011
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As part of a national study, Utah researchers are seeking 2,000 first-time expectant women to help them understand the underlying mechanisms in premature births, pre-eclampsia (maternal high blood pressure), fetal growth restriction and stillbirths. The goal is to develop laboratory tests that would detect biomarkers in urine or blood that would identify women at risk.

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