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Scripps Doctors Offer Insights On Pregnancy Study

Scripps experts featured in The Dermatologist

Gynecologist talks to young pregnant woman sitting on bed.

Scripps experts featured in The Dermatologist

Two Scripps physicians recently discussed a study that found that women who take biologics to treat autoimmune diseases during pregnancy were not at risk of preterm delivery or having small-for-gestational-age (SGA) babies.

Vikram Garg, MD, a rheumatologist at Scripps Clinic Encinitas and Dale Mitchell, MD, chair of obstetrics and gynecology at Scripps Clinic, were quoted in an article published recently in The Dermatologist, a journal for medical professionals.

Read the story in the Dermatologist: Biologics for autoimmunity not tied to risk of preterm birth, SGA infants

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