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The Case Against Forceps
The Case Against Forceps

Obstetrical forceps were created in the mid-1500s. At that time, babies were often delivered by midwives, nurses, or grandmothers. Forceps would allegedly allow anyone, regardless of skill, to deliver a baby. Now, forceps are often the target of criticism from grieving ...

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