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According to the CDC in its “Facts about Stillbirth,” stillbirth, the fetal loss 20 or more weeks after a woman becomes pregnant, effects about 1% of all pregnancies. About 24,000 stillbirths occur in the U.S. annually. Stillbirth is classified as either … Continue reading