Book Review: F. Baylis & A. Ballantyne (2016) Clinical Research Involving Pregnant Women
There is a paucity of scientific evidence to support prenatal care due to the wide exclusion of pregnant women from clinical research. Baylis and Ballantyne’s book, Clinical Research Involving Pregnant Women, stands as a powerful advocate for promoting clinical research with pregnant women, although a few issues may deserve further attention to facilitate such research.
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