Silent Knife: Cesarean Prevention and Vaginal Birth After Cesarean, VBAC
Bergin & Garvey Publishers, 1983 - Cesarean section - 435 pages
Provides a critique of this country's reliance on cesarean section, presents methods and strategies to prevent unnecessary cesareans, and will serve as an essential guide to pregnant couples and to health-care professionals.
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