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Emergency Care Essential to Stop Maternal Deaths

Sunday, March 1, 2015

We know how to prevent nearly all deaths in childbirth, but women still die daily, says Séverine Caluwaerts in this excerpt from the e-book "Because Tomorrow Needs Her: The Fight for Women's Health."

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