Comprehensive Care in the Prevention of Ectopic Pregnancy and Associated Negative Outcomes

More than 1% of pregnancies are ectopic, and these numbers are increasing. Knowing what causes it can help to bring those numbers down.

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About Author: Kathryn Albers

Kathryn Albers is a second-year student midwife at the Florida School of Traditional Midwifery in Gainesville, Florida. She will finish her training in August 2009.

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