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Twin pregnancy deaths study highlights fears over NHS maternity care

Report concludes lives could have been saved if guidelines had been followedA study of baby deaths in twin pregnancies has found care was poor in at l

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Report concludes lives could have been saved if guidelines had been followed

A study of baby deaths in twin pregnancies has found care was poor in at least half of cases, a finding that underlined concerns about fatally inadequate levels of maternity care in the NHS.

The report, by Mothers and Babies: Reducing Risk through Audits and Confidential Enquiries (MBRACE), concluded that lives could have been saved if care had been better and if guidelines had been followed.

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