By Holly Lebowitz Rossi
July 28, 2011

A British study of the medication pitocin, which is designed to speed up labor and help women avoid Cesarean sections, revealed that though the drug does shorten labor, it does not prevent Cesareans at all. The New York Times reports:

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported a Cesarean section rate of 32 percent in 2009.

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