What Environmental Factors Increase the Risk of Cerebral Palsy in Unborn Children?

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Alexa Lopez
Alexis Blanco
Savannah Rivera
Juan Gutierrez
Victoria Garcia
Jayden Manzanares
Sophia Mireles
Saachi Grover
Aolani Garza
Amani Nguma
Mahir Alam

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cerebral palsy, unborn children, environmental factors, fetus

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