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A lack of medical equipment and personnel is responsible for the deaths of 200 babies and 300 women every year. The maternal mortality rate is also devastating. In the United States,breitling replica watches 13 women die for every 100,000 women. In Canada, 700 out of 100,000 women are killed.

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