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Test of cervical mucus may reveal pregnant women's risk of going into labor too early

09:45 EDT 5 Sep 2017 | Science Daily

A new approach to evaluating the risk of preterm birth has been proposed by analyzing the properties of cervical mucus. The researchers found that cervical mucus from women who delivered their babies early, before 37 weeks, was very different from that of women who delivered later.

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