Research update

Kent, Heather; Brown, C.J.
March 1998
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;03/24/98, Vol. 158 Issue 6, p710
Academic Journal
Presents items of medical research. The Canadian Early Versus Midtrimester Amniocentesis Trial that concluded the risk of early amniocentesis; Ground-breaking findings by researchers from the University of Toronto that may lead to novel strategies to treat phantom limb pain; Findings that exposure to secondhand smoke in the home increases the risk of asthma, wheezing and chronic bronchitis in children up to five years of age; Others.


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