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Cesarean sections can lead to higher rates of respiratory distress syndrome and transient tachyprea. 
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The drug, which has previously been approved to treat several other conditions, is now receiving EMA feedback for the treatment of uveitis in children. 
Erenumab reduced the number of migraine-affected days per month in phase 2 and 3 studies of more than 2600 patients. 
Researchers at the University of North Carolina are beginning to combine a latency reversal agent with treatments that would destroy latent forms of HIV.
Ten patients to undergo the transplant were treated with direct-acting antiviral Zepatier for 12 weeks post-op.
The proposed once-daily nebulized bronchodilator for COPD returned reports of generally positive toleration, with no new safety issues, in a study of 1,055 patients. 
Aspect Imaging's Embrace Neonatal MRI System is designed specifically for imaging of the neonatal head. 
Sanofi’s 2016 lawsuit invokes a 30 month stay on final FDA approval.
Switching ART regimens could mean the difference between poor health outcomes and effective viral suppression.
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