Malaria Pill Helps Woman Become a Mother After 20 Miscarriages

by Kathy Jones on  January 18, 2014 at 10:47 PM General Health News
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An anti-malaria pill helped a woman, who had to go through 20 miscarriages, give birth to a baby boy in Britain.
 Malaria Pill Helps Woman Become a Mother After 20 Miscarriages
Malaria Pill Helps Woman Become a Mother After 20 Miscarriages

The 37-year-old woman, who spent 11 years trying to have a child, said that it was like a "dream come true" when she became pregnant after the treatment which used hydroxychloroquine tablets to suppress her immune system, the Independent reported.

According to the Mirror, Kelly Moseley's son Tyler is the first child in the world as a result of a mother taking the pill, which costs just 25p.

Source: ANI

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