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How the C-Section Became America’s Most Common Major Surgery

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Published on Jul 23, 2014

Humans have always needed help giving birth, and Cesarean sections are a popular approach. But how many of them have been unnecessary?

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An Unnecessary Cut? How the C-section Became America's Most Common Major Surgery – The New Yorker

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