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<p>In new research, investigators analyzed the risk of preterm birth among women with a previous poor pregnancy outcome. The results indicated that women had a higher chance of delivering before 32 weeks if their previous infant was born small for its gestational age. Those with a previous neonatal death were three times as likely to have a preterm birth subsequently, data indicated.</p>

Research Focuses on Risk of Preterm Birth in Subsequent Pregnancy