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12 November 2010

Newborn babies are the future

Neonatal nurses from around the globe joined together to highlight unnecessary deaths of newborns and share advances designed to save as many newborn babies as possible.

Every 4 seconds a newborn baby dies, mostly from preventable causes yet this health crisis is not visible on the global health agenda.  In Durban, South Africa, in October 2010 -  neonatal nurses from around the globe joined together to highlight these unnecessary deaths and share advances designed to save as many newborn babies as possible. The conference was co-sponsored by The Neonatal Association of Southern Africa, The Council of International Neonatal Nurses, and Saving Newborn Lives/Save the Children. 

 

 
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