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Over $1.6 million grants to support research on opioid pain medication use during pregnancy

23:38 EDT 7 Aug 2019 | News-Medical.net

An interdisciplinary team of experts from Indiana University, along with other researchers across the U.S. and Sweden, have received grants totaling over $1.6 million to study the effects that opioid pain medications prescribed during pregnancy have on children.

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