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ASTHMA STUDY TRACKING 1,200 MUMS AND THEIR BABIES

Newcastle researchers are leading the world’s largest study into how the treatment of asthma in mums affects their babies.

With one in six Australian children suffering from the disease, it’s a major health issue.

Scientists are tracking the health of 1,200 women and their bubs, monitoring youngsters as they grow through childhood into adult life.

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