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India Faces Reminders of Failing Maternal Safety

Monday, May 11, 2015

When the World Health Assembly convenes May 18 in Geneva, public health campaigners will try to highlight something very wrong in India: the high number of poor and marginalized women still dying of preventable causes linked to childbirth.

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