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July 09, 2010


Giana Forzareli

It is very interesting that you are singling out Jersians C section statistics. I am surprised to see the rest of the world's c section statistics rise. China was the country that caught my eye and it made me curious to ask why. Are there less chances of birth injuries with c sections than a natural birth? Either way, this would be great to show my perspectives on sexuality professorat Rutgers (NJ). I will send this to her immediately.

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