Researchers eye possible vaccine to prevent preterm birth

09/26/2012 | U.S. News & World Report

Researchers believe they have identified a way to help prevent premature birth, according to a letter published in the journal Nature. CD4 T cells play a role in reducing the risk of premature birth in mothers who have given birth before, and researchers say that finding could lead to the development of a vaccine to help prevent preterm deliveries.

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