NIH panel: Vaginal birth after C-section is safe for most women

03/11/2010 | Detroit Free Press

An NIH consensus committee recommended revising hospital guidelines to allow more women the chance for vaginal birth after a cesarean section delivery. The committee said hospitals and physicians should make their policies and rates public and called VBAC a safe alternative for many women.

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