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January 30, 2009


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I think the AMA and the ACOG want to keep midwifes out because is a big money maker. The woman does all the labor and all the pushing, and they breeze in to make the catch, or spend an hour doing a C-section. Hospitals love it too!

But why should young couples get saddled with those types of bills for something that is normal and natural!

I saw the docs need to get with the program and provide support instead of trying to make or keep midwifery illegal.

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