Is THIS the miscarriage gene? Women who have a specific mutation are at 'higher risk of losing their baby'

Just hearing the word miscarriage fills the minds of many pregnant women with dread - scared their unborn child will be stolen from them.
But now scientists say certain women are at increased risk of losing their baby in the first five weeks of pregnancy. 
Having a mutated gene makes it more likely for pregnant women to have a string of miscarriages, a study found.
But the FOXD1 gene was also discovered to have a protective quality when in its normal state.
Experts hope the finding could allow for more effective diagnosis of a potential miscarriage and treatment for affected women.
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19 October 2016 in Health, Views: 33
Source: Daily Mail

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