Study concludes that faulty data is actually to blame for the problem in the US maternal death rate.

The depth of the maternal mortality crisis in the US, which has historically had a disproportionately high

rate of maternal deaths when compared to peer countries, is being questioned by a new study.

The report, which was released on Wednesday in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology

 claims that for twenty years, data classification errors have exaggerated the incidence of maternal deaths in the United States

Researchers discovered that the maternal death rate has not increased by more than doubling since 2002.

 The fact that some of these reports indicate a threefold increase in maternal mortality has caused a great


 deal of concern and anxiety, but our findings refute that. We discovered steady, low rates.


 rates of chronic illnesses including high blood pressure, heart disease, and renal failure,


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