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How a virtual placenta could help with early detection of at-risk babies

By Alys Clark, Associate Professor in Bioengineering, University of Auckland
Jo James, Associate Professor in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Auckland
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The placenta is one of the least studied organs, but it is the cause of problems in one in ten pregnancies. A virtual placenta is helping researchers to pick up at-risk pregnancies sooner.

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