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Surgery risks are disproportionately high for women in Africa - new study

By Amy Paterson, DPHIL STUDENT, University of Oxford
Salome Maswime, Professor of Global Surgery, University of Cape Town
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The outcomes of obstetric operations has improved in the past decades. But women need equitable surgical care throughout their lives - not just during childbirth.The Conversation

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