The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will release a new dataset on the number of babies who died in the United States before birth.
The new data will be used to calculate the death rate of live-born infants born alive in the US, which is a measure of the number who died during pregnancy, according to the CDC.
The dataset will be available to researchers in the coming months, according the CDC, which released the dataset late last month.
Live-born babies are generally less likely to die from the disease than infants who die after birth, and many studies have found that infants born live-longer than infants born before they are born.
“There are a number of things that we can do to lower the death toll,” CDC spokesperson Scott Laughlin told The Washington Post in a statement.
“We have the data that we need to get there.
We want to share that data with researchers so that we have the information we need.”
Live-birth babies are also more likely to be in poor health, as are women who have an abortion.
The CDC’s previous data showed that babies born live, not dead, more often than babies born before their first birthday.