Screen Pregnant Women For Diabetes 11 Weeks Earlier To Slash The Risk Of Deadly Preeclampsia, Study Suggests - CATEGORY Latest news: TITLE

Currently NHS guidelines recommend mothers-to-be are screened at 28 weeks

  • A new study says changing this to the 17th week would spot just as many cases

  • This would allow them to get treatment earlier and slash the risk of preeclampsia

  • By Stephen Matthews For Mailonline >

    Published: 15:34 BST, 4 August 2017 | Updated: 09:48 BST, 8 August 2017

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