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Birth centre trials are unreliable
Kathleen M Fahy and Sally Tracy
Med J Aust 2006; 185 (7): 407.
Kathleen M Fahy, Professor of Midwifery1
Sally Tracy, Associate Professor (Conjoint)2
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