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For Every Woman Who Dies In Childbirth In The U.S., 70 More Come Close

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Alicia Nichols holds her daughter Diana in her home in February. After the birth of Diana, Nichols suffered unusual postpartum blood loss that she feels was not taken seriously by her doctor. (Kayana Szymczak for NPR)
Alicia Nichols holds her daughter Diana in her home in February. After the birth of Diana, Nichols suffered unusual postpartum blood loss that she feels was not taken seriously by her doctor. (Kayana Szymczak for NPR)

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