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Complementary therapies for labour and birth study: a randomised controlled trial of antenatal integrative medicine for pain management in labour
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    Response to Levett et al
    • Thomas M. Melhuish [1], Conjoint Associate Lecturer
    • Other Contributors:
      • Darcy F Baxter [1], and Leigh D White [2]

    We read with much interest the recent article by Levett et al on the use of alternative therapies in labour and delivery to manage pain.[1] This is certainly a hot topic of research and we were pleased to see groups working...

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