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Q&A: US children’s study revisits strategy

The US National Children’s Study (NCS) came into being in 2000 as an ambitious effort to track influences on the health of 100,000 American children from in the womb to age 21. Now the nature of that effort has been significantly redrawn, in a revised recruiting plan issued on 24 July by study leaders at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), responding to Congressional complaints. 

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