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Women in the developing world continue to suffer during pregnancy as a result of inaccessible medical care, poverty, and malnutrition, it has been claimed.
A huge improvement in adult cancer survivorship has been witnessed in the last three decades, it has been claimed.
Given the right environment for birth, women find natural delivery techniques very efficient, it has been claimed.
A 27 per cent fall has been witnessed in the number of child deaths worldwide since 1990, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has joined forces with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to strengthen and accelerate efforts to fight cancer in the developing world.
Despite the Filipino government licensing large numbers of midwives in a bid to reduce maternal mortality levels in the country, the measure is having little effect, it has been claimed.
People undergoing fertility treatment need full counselling about all of the risks involved, it has been claimed.
Twins who are born using fertility treatment have a higher risk of hospital admission than twins who are conceived naturally, it has been reported.
A new study has found that few women with family histories of breast or ovarian cancer are discussing genetic testing with their physicians.
Two-thirds of HIV-positive pregnant women in the developing world do not have access to the necessary treatment to prevent mother-to-child transmission of the disease, it has been claimed.
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