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Preterm Delivery and the Low-Risk Pregnant Woman: What to Know

My daughter, Larissa, was born nearly three months before her due date, which is, fortunately, not the type of birthday most children have. But preterm delivery – births prior to 37 weeks of gestation – is a relatively common phenomenon, affecting nearly 12 percent of Learn More

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Preterm Delivery and the Low-Risk Pregnant Woman: What to Know

Dr. Wolfberg specializes in prenatal diagnosis and prevention of preterm delivery. My daughter, Larissa, was born nearly three months before her due date, which is, fortunately, not the type of birthday most children have. But preterm delivery – births prior to 37 weeks of Learn More

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