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  • “Patient Choice” Cesareans? Diversion from the Real Issues
    NEWS RELEASE  For Immediate Release March 29, 2006 Contact: Susan Hodges, President Citizens for Midwifery 1-800-CfM-4880 or 706-549-7023   Athens, GA – The National Institutes of Health has just completed a conference on “Cesarean Section by Maternal Request,” but recently-released results of a new “Listening to Mothers

  • “Patient Choice” Cesareans Almost Non-Existent
     NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release March 29, 2006 Contact: Susan Hodges, President Citizens for Midwifery 1-800-CfM-4880 or 706-549-7023   Athens, GA – Although NIH has just completed a conference on “Cesarean Sections by Maternal Request,” recently-released results of a new “Listening to Mothers” survey from Childbirth Connection http://childbirthconnection.com/article.asp?Clic

  • Problems with Cesarean Sections
    NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release March 20, 2006 Contact: Susan Hodges, President, Citizens for Midwifery 1-800-CfM-4880 or 706-549-7023 Athens, GA – Citizens for Midwifery joins with the American College of Nurse-Midwives and other national childbirth organizations in calling for full disclosure regarding

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