Listen to this article
At 5pm GMT on November 17, FT writers and contributors to Birth, a magazine on maternal health and child mortality, discussed the problems faced by women and their babies during and around childbirth and the innovations, projects and solutions that could help to stem what British epidemiologist William Farr described in the 1980s as “a deep, dark and continuous stream of mortality.”
Lucy Hornby, the FT’s deputy Beijing bureau chief, on the Chinese government’s efforts to wean women off C-sections.
See the discussion here
Get alerts on Maternal health when a new story is published