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This is a good write up. I believe the expectant mother knows the situation and condition of her baby if given proper education. Thus they are in a better position to ask for inducing or not for the sake of the baby and her.
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21 November 2019
Federal university otuoke
Department of biochemistry, Faculty of science, Federal university otuoke, bayelsa state