Published in AIDS Weekly, November 1st, 1999
"Chemotherapy in pregnancy is an intricate process requiring prudent use of pharmacologic agents. Malarial infection during pregnancy is often fatal, and prophylaxis against the causative parasite necessitates rational therapeutic intervention," stated researchers from the United States.
"Use of these agents has been based on a risk-benefit criterion, without appropriate...
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