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Oct 16, 2019


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Ruth Ann Aufrecht

I don't see where this data compares midwife-oriented and home birth care versus physician and hospital birth care. In the United States, I believe modern hospital delivery protocols increase maternal and infant mortality rates using their lack of evidence-based care. If we had more midwives who were with the woman during pregnancy and delivery, I believe we would have better outcomes, like Finland and Sweden.


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