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Asymptomatic infection may be the cause of pre-term births

Pre-term births occur in roughly 10% of pregnancies in the US. Researches indicate that up to 50% of mothers who go into premature labour have an infection at the time of delivery. The infection is generally asymptomatic but could be the cause of premature labour.

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Date: 20 September 2004



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