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March 19, 2007
ATTENTION EDITORS - MOVING SIX OF SEVEN PICTURES FOR THE ESSAY ON POLISH MATERNITY HOSPITAL.
Nurse Malgorzata...
Warsaw, Poland
Nurse Malgorzata Antoniak feeds a new-born baby at a hospital in Warsaw
ATTENTION EDITORS - MOVING SIX OF SEVEN PICTURES FOR THE ESSAY ON POLISH MATERNITY HOSPITAL.
Nurse Malgorzata Antoniak feeds a new-born baby at a hospital in Warsaw March 8, 2007. Polish women who get pregnant this month may have to give birth at home as the conservative-led government introduces limits on the number of births to be financed by the health fund this year, hospital officials said. With Poland's population growing for the first time in years, hospitals and women organisations are warning that women in labour may be soon turned away at the hospitals doorsteps due to lack of space. Picture taken March 8, 2007. REUTERS/Katarina Stoltz (POLAND)
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