Maternal deaths low, but still too high in Indigenous women

maternal deaths story: mother's hand holds baby's hand
Over the five years 2008–2012, there were 105 deaths from complications of pregnancy and childbirth in Australia, with Indigenous women dying at more than twice the non-Indigenous women rate, according to the report Maternal deaths in Australia 2008–2012, released today by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. "This number equates to the death of

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