Can AIDS drugs contribute to prematurity?

January 1999
Mothering;Jan/Feb99, Issue 92, p33
Reports on the move of the United States National Institutes of Health to halt temporarily the enrollment of pregnant women into studies of protease inhibitors because of an unexpected number of premature births. Relationship between prematurity and protease inhibitors or older AIDS drugs; Why many pregnant women are being offered AIDS drugs despite its effects.


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