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Syria War Shatters Maternal Care, Mothers' Health

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

While 96 percent of mothers in Syria had medical assistance when giving birth before the conflict, medical services for women have become almost nonexistent, finds a recent report from Save the Children. C-sections are riskier than ever and more than twice as common now.

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