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Are rigid management protocols stifling innovation in cancer treatment?
Medical innovation does not require a new law
Saatchi's Medical Innovation Bill: progressive, unnecessary or dangerous?
Maternal group B Streptococcus -related stillbirth: a systematic review
Prosthetic heart valves in pregnancy, outcomes for women and their babies: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Cardiac disease in pregnancy – some good news
Pelvic nerve injury negatively impacts female genital blood flow and induces vaginal fibrosis—implications for human nerve-sparing radical hysterectomy
What's true for Escherichia coli is also true for elephants
Previous caesarean delivery and the risk of unexplained stillbirth: retrospective cohort study and meta-analysis
Unravelling caesarean delivery as a risk factor for antepartum stillbirth
Stillbirth rates among Indigenous and non-Indigenous women in Queensland, Australia: is the gap closing?
Maternal characteristics and mid-pregnancy serum biomarkers as risk factors for subtypes of preterm birth
Commonalities of risk factors and biomarkers associated with the different subtypes of preterm birth
Economic costs associated with moderate and late preterm birth: a prospective population-based study
Progression from severe sepsis in pregnancy to death: a UK population-based case-control analysis
Obstetrician training associated with better outcomes
Long-term neurodevelopmental outcome after selective feticide in monochorionic pregnancies
Then and now: outcomes of surgical treatment for early cervical cancer 1902
Previous miscarriage and the subsequent risk of preterm birth in Scotland, 1980–2008: a historical cohort study
The risk of uterine rupture is not increased with single- compared with double-layer closure: a Swedish cohort study
Closure of uterus and the risk of uterine rupture
Oxytocin should not be used to augment labour: FOR: There is too much risk for too little benefit
Oxytocin should not be used to augment labour: AGAINST: The need for oxytocin is greatest in nulliparous women
Membrane progesterone receptors in human regulatory T cells: a reality in pregnancy
Progesterone and Tregs: emergence of a new paradigm?
Maternal cardiac and obstetric performance in consecutive pregnancies in women with heart disease
Hot flushes and night sweats are associated with coronary heart disease risk in midlife: a longitudinal study
Regulatory barriers to academically funded randomised controlled trials involving medicines
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Re: Re: Caesarean section should be available on request
Authors' reply re: Re: Re: Caesarean section should be available on request
Author's reply re: Re: Re: Caesarean section should be available on request
A report from #BlueJC: Can vaginal progesterone prevent preterm labour?