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Date:3/6/2009

ains a secondary question. The real dilemma is whether or not we should treat at all," they wrote. The long-held belief that "keeping the baby inside longer must be a good thing" needs to be reevaluated, they said.

The study was published March 6 online in the BMJ.

A study released last year found that nifedipine was no more effective than placebo at preventing preterm labor. The U.S. study, which included 71 women, was published in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology.

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The U.S. National Institute on Child Health and Human Development has more about preventing preterm birth.



-- Robert Preidt



SOURCE: BMJ, news release, March 6, 2009


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