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  • Why are more American women dying after childbirth? (2017, August 17). Retrieved August 29, 2017, Retrieved from pbs.org [Link]
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  • Belluz, J. (2017, July 03). Black moms die in childbirth 3 times as often as white moms. Except in North Carolina. Retrieved July 11, 2017, retrieved from vox.com [Link]
  • Canty, M. (2017, June 17). Healthcare linked to maternal mortality. Retrieved July 11, 2017, from dailypress.com [Link]
  • Miller, E. (2017, May 31). We can’t really know what’s killing New Mexico’s mothers. Retrieved June 07, 2017, from www. sfreporter.com [Link]
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