Pregnancy in aHUS No Longer Unadvised, But Still High-risk, Expert Says

Pregnancy in aHUS No Longer Unadvised, But Still High-risk, Expert Says

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Pregnancy in aHUS No Longer Unadvised, But Still High-risk, Expert Says

Pregnancy is no longer medically unadvised, or contraindicated, as it once was, for women with a history of atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome (aHUS). But it is still considered high risk, an expert emphasized on a recent webinar hosted by ERKNet, the European Rare Kidney Disease Reference Network. The webinar, “Pregnancy-related TMA,” featured Fadi Fakhouri, MD, PhD, the head of the nephrology department at Lausanne University Hospital, in Switzerland, and a professor in the university’s faculty…

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