A doctor who has helped a woman from Birmingham give birth after she had 20 miscarriages has described his 'eureka' moment when he found a 25p malaria tablet could be the answer.
Kelly Moseley, from Chelmsley Wood, got in touch with Dr Hassan Shehata after she saw him on the television.
He chose to try the malaria medication to calm down her immune system, which was fighting against her pregnancies.
The drug, which has been around for more than 70 years, had previously been used to treat things like lupus and rheumatoid arthritis.
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