A study in the Journal of Perinatology found levels of 25 serum biomarkers, a maternal age greater than 34 and low income or Medicaid coverage could help predict preterm birth and preeclampsia. "One of the reasons we're most excited about this test is that we see some potential for it addressing preterm birth in those most at risk," said researcher Laura Jelliffe-Pawlowski of the University of California at San Francisco.
Research suggests test can help predict preterm birth
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