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Prevalence of and reasons for women’s, family members’, and health professionals’ preferences for cesarean section in China

October 16, 2018

Prevalence of and reasons for women’s, family members’, and health professionals’ preferences for cesarean section in China

In a systematic review of longitudinal, cross-sectional and qualitative studies, Qian Long and colleagues provide insight into the rates of medically non-indicated cesarean section in China. Read the perspective.

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