Breakthrough research by scientists in the U.K. may at last give hope to women everywhere who struggle with recurrent miscarriages.
For the first time ever, the likely reason for why certain women suffer recurrent miscarriages has been pinpointed: Scientists at the University of Warwick found that a lack of of stem cells in the womb lining, causing premature aging of the womb, is the probable cause--and now, the same team of researchers are working on a treatment.
Siobhan Quenby, a co-author of the study and a University of Warwick professor of obstetrics, said that the team's challenge now is both to develop better screening processes, or endometrial tests, for women, and to find strategies that successfully improve the lining of the womb in affected patients--work which will begin this spring.
The researchers examined tissue samples from womb lining donated by 183 women who were being treated for recurrent miscarriages, which affects one in every 100 women.
Sounds like VERY encouraging news to us!
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