Male midwife delivers contradiction to stereotypes

08/1/2005 | NYTimes.com

A male midwife in New York City grapples with the challenges of being accepted in the female-dominated field. One midwife professional group has only about 70 males among its 7,000 members, but midwife Richard Jennings excels in the field is the head of the birthing center at the city's Bellevue Hospital Center.

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