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14 April 2011

2.6 million stillbirths a year worldwide

More than 2.6 million pregnancies a year end in stillbirth, a tragedy which mostly hits women in poor countries and accounts for more deaths than Aids and malaria combined.

More than 2.6 million pregnancies a year end in stillbirth, a tragedy which mostly hits women in poor countries and accounts for more deaths than Aids and malaria combined, researchers said.

Stillborns top the death list

 
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