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JFAS Int 2005;3:e10 - April 2005
The Antioxidant Effect: Can We Mitigate Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder With Antioxidants?

A RESEARCH PROTOCOL and invitation to others to join this research effort. The primary objective of the study is to evaluate whether antioxidants in combination with prenatal multivitamin supplementation will impact the outcome of alcohol exposed pregnancies. The secondary objective is to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of implementing this treatment. It is hypothesized that together these treatments will be beneficial to improving the fetus? health and will result in savings to the health care system and society.


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