Socioeconomic gap in stillbirth numbers

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Women from lower socio-economic families face twice the risk of delivering a stillborn baby of their wealthier counterparts, an international study led by a Mater Research Institute-University of Queensland researcher has found. The international study of stillbirth rates in high-income countries, led by MRI-UQ’s Associate Professor Vicki Flenady, found that the equity gap between rich

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