Panel Of Experts Discusses Improving Prenatal Care In Developing Nations

Medill News Service/United Press International: Poor prenatal care driving change in developing nations
“Contraception, health care coverage, abortion-rights debates — the dominating issues in the women’s health debate in the United States also resonate internationally, especially in developing countries and areas with low resources. … [A] panel Tuesday at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington [was held] to discuss ways to improve quality and access to prenatal health care in developing nations…” (Calderone, 7/2).

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