VBACS a viable option

May 1998
Mothering;May/Jun98, Issue 88, p73
Provides information on a study regarding the viability of vaginal birth after cesarean as a child birth option. Cesarean birthrates in the United States (US); Methodology of the study; Conclusion on the possibility of vaginal birth after cesarean delivery.


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