Published in Women's Health Weekly, February 8th, 1995
However, more women are getting treatment without a costly hospital stay and are surviving, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported in the government's most complete look at the problem.
When the government began counting ectopic pregnancies in 1970, the estimated rate was 4.5 per 1,000 reported pregnancies, or 17,800 women. That compares with a rate of 19.7, or 108,800 women in 1992, the latest year figures were...
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