pregnant women are giving birth prematurely as Ukraine's war rages
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As Ukraine's war rages, pregnant women are giving birth prematurely at an alarming rate

After weeks of war, doctors in Ukraine are starting to see the consequences of the stress, fear and displacement placed on expectant mothers. Many fear for the future of the country's war babies.
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