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TODAY   |  June 27, 2013

C-section rates hold steady after 12-year rise

The rate of Cesarean section births in the US have stopped rising, holding at 33% of births, and more of the operations are being done closer to the mother’s due date.

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>>> after rising 12 years in a row a new report finds the rate of c-sections is holding steady. about 33% of births are c-sections but in a big change more of the operations are now being done closer to the mother's due date.