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Umbilical cord antiseptic not effective in reducing infant deaths in Africa

(Boston University Medical Center) Despite significant reductions in neonatal mortality previously reported in south Asia, applying a chlorhexidine wash to newborns' umbilical cords in sub-Saharan Africa did not reduce deaths, a study led by researchers from the Boston University School of Public Health shows.
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