Genes associated with pre-eclampsia’ discovered

According to BBC news:

Scientists say they have identified genetic errors that appear to increase a pregnant woman’s chance of getting the potentially life-threatening condition called pre-eclampsia.

Around four in every 100 women develops this problem of high blood pressure and leaky kidneys during pregnancy. Now researchers have found faulty DNA may be to blame in some cases, PLoS Medicine journal reports.

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