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Royal Hospital for Women Randwick
100 years of prenatal care

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#1 Lucrezia Borgia

Posted 28 December 2012 - 09:36 AM


I thought this might interest some of us! (given there are a few of us here who are interested in pregnancy and child birth...!)

- an article about the Royal Womens at Randwick.....the "longest continuous provider of antenatal care in the world"...according to the article..

I thought this was an interesting quote from one of the doctors who worked there for 45 years...

"I enjoyed working with women.....I found men very boring, they are terrible wimps. Women are vastly more stoic and it's amazing any woman will go through labour, come back and do it all again".

woo!!! go us gals!

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