New evidence suggests low-cost drug should become frontline response for major blood loss after childbirth

More than 100,000 women globally die each year from severe bleeding after childbirth. A major trial of 20,000 women found that a low-cost drug called tranexamic acid reduced deaths due to bleeding by a third. If this treatment is used quickly, it could save the lives of thousands of new mothers around the world.

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