W&I doctor to lead fetal-growth study

DR. EDWARD CHIEN and his colleagues will recruit up to 700 pregnant women with low risk for prenatal complications, as well as women pregnant with twins and obese women, who face greater risks, for their study.  /
DR. EDWARD CHIEN and his colleagues will recruit up to 700 pregnant women with low risk for prenatal complications, as well as women pregnant with twins and obese women, who face greater risks, for their study. /
PROVIDENCE – A Women & Infants Hospital physician has been chosen to lead a two-year, $3.7 million project to set a national standard for normal fetal growth, an effort to help doctors better tell when a fetus isn’t developing well and could be born prematurely or with health problems. Doctors already use fetal growth –…

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