Study: Group B strep tests for pregnant women miss cases

06/18/2009 | NYTimes.com

A CDC study of Group B strep tests on pregnant women found the tests missed more cases than expected, resulting in some infants not getting needed treatment. Researchers said problems with sample collection or the accuracy of the test could be causing the errors but more follow-up study is needed.

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