Vitamin C to Decrease the Effects of Smoking in Pregnancy on Infant Lung Function (VCSIP): Rationale, design, and methods of a randomized, controlled trial of vitamin C supplementation in pregnancy for the primary prevention of effects of in utero tobacco smoke exposure on infant lung function and respiratory health

Cindy T. McEvoy, Kristin F. Milner, Ashley J. Scherman, Diane G. Schilling, Christina J. Tiller, Brittany Vuylsteke, Lyndsey E. Shorey-Kendrick, Eliot R. Spindel, Robert Schuff, Julie Mitchell, Dawn Peters, Jill Metz, David Haas, Keith Jackson, Robert S. Tepper, Cynthia D. Morris

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