UT Southwestern awarded $18 million PCORI funding to investigate ways to improve postpartum health

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Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have been approved for an $18 million funding award from the nonprofit Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute to investigate ways to improve postpartum health among primarily low-income Black and Hispanic women.

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