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An independent study giving a national picture of the NHS care experienced by parents of babies who died before or during birth, or as newborns, has been undertaken by Oxford University researchers, working in conjunction with the charities Sands and Bliss.

The study found that the quality of care provided, in these difficult circumstances, was generally good for the majority of couples.

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