Study stresses dangers posed by H1N1 to pregnant women

05/25/2010 | U.S. News & World Report

U.S. researchers found that pregnant women who had been exposed to the H1N1 flu virus were at a greater risk for complications, including early-term delivery, emergency cesarean section and fetal death. The study shows the importance of flu vaccination for pregnant women, an influenza expert said.

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