Vigilance needed for rare autoimmune disease pregnancies


Pregnant women with rare autoimmune diseases have an increased risk of maternal and neonatal complications yet many are not managed in specialist centres, Australian researchers report. The analysis of 409 births to 293 women with rare autoimmune diseases found that while the majority of births were in urban hospitals just over half of the births ...


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