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Metformin-exposed babies are different Infants whose mothers take metformin for hyperglycaemia in pregnancy show subtle nonpathological metabolic differences that represent a ‘signature effect’ of fetal metformin exposure, Australian researchers say. A team from Western Sydney University and Blacktown hospital compared neonatal screening results for 574 babies exposed to metformin and 952 infants of women who ...

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