The Results of Data Analysis on 50 Pregnancy and Addiction Studies 1965–1977
What are the differential effects of heroin and methadone on the mother and her offspring?
How does polydrug abuse in conjunction with heroin and/or methadone affect pregnancy outcomes?
What are the risks to the fetus/infant and mother as a result of drug taking behavior?
KeywordsPrenatal Care Untreated Group Methadone Maintenance Treated Mother Myoclonic Jerk
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