As C-section rates rise, jury on safety is still out

03/30/2006 | MSNBC

As concern about the increasing number of elective Caesarean-section births mounts, health officials say there is no definitive research indicating whether C-sections are a bad idea if a woman only plans to have one or two children. After hearing three days of debate about the issue, the chair of a National Institutes of Health panel said, "We don't believe it should be discouraged or encouraged."

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