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In utero Surgical Technique for Spina Bifida

 
  May, 1 2003 12:35
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The National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) will conduct a large study to determine whether a new surgery to correct spina bifida in the womb is safer and more effective than the traditional surgery to correct the disorder, which takes place a few days after birth.

The study is currently recruiting. Further information about the study is available at 1-866-ASK-MOMS and online at www.spinabifidamoms.com.

CONTACT:
Bob Bock or Marianne Glass Duffy
(301) 496-5133


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