A preterm birth can happen to any pregnancy

1 in 10 babies are born too soon.

The emotional, financial and long-term health implications for baby and family can be overwhelming. Until now, ways to accurately predict the risk have been limited, with only a small percentage of premature births identified.

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The PreTRM® Test is the first of its kind for premature birth

This leading-edge predictive test identifies more pregnancies at higher risk for spontaneous preterm birth than traditional methods alone. The PreTRM® Test is the only clinically validated commercially available blood test that provides an early, individual risk assessment for spontaneous preterm birth in asymptomatic, singleton pregnancies.

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we can do better

  • Healthcare Providers
  • Moms
  • Payers and Employers

Healthcare Providers

Working together we can address problems of preterm birth. Our advances in science identify more pregnancies that may be at higher risk, giving physicians and mothers more control to manage each individual’s risk of spontaneous preterm birth, and give babies the best possible care in life.

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Understanding if your pregnancy is at higher risk for spontaneous preterm birth allows you and your physician to adjust your treatment plans accordingly. Learn more about the importance of knowing your risk for preterm birth.

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Payers and Employers

Working together, we can address the problem of preterm birth. Advances in science now provide critical information to improve the health and economic impacts of early deliveries.

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Each Day Matters

Each day in the womb is critical for baby’s health and development

The PreTRM® Test is a new tool providers and their patients can rely on to better identify and address those at higher risk for an early delivery.

50% of premature births happen to women with no obvious risk factors1

Planning Early

Each day in the womb is critical for baby’s health and development.

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  1. Iams, JD, et al. Prevention of preterm parturition. N Engl J Med. 2014;370:254-61. Sitar T, et al. Structural basis for the inhibition of insulin-like growth factors by insulin-like growth factor-binding proteins. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 2006 103: 13028-13033.