Midwifery Digest - research by CMV Action

     

Congenital CMV infection, knowledge and attitudes among maternal health professionals and pregnant women.

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This paper is based upon research funded by CMV Action, designed and carried out by Sharon Wood, Caroline Star (CMV Action), Paul Heath, Hannah Keeble, Chrissie Jones (Paediatric Infectious Diseases, St Georges University of London), Asma Khalil (Fetal Medicine, St Georges University of London), Alan Josoph (Obstetrics, St Georges University of London.

CMV Action would like to thank Dr Kathryn Turton for assistance in preparing this paper.

     

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