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Something About Me and My Book:
Lady's Hands, Lion's Heart ~ A Midwife's Saga:
A memoir of a young midwife practicing in the wilds of New Hampshire who trained with an old country doctor, fell in love with her obstetrician back-up, and ultimately became a national leader in the struggle to reclaim the profession of midwifery in the United States. A story of love, loss and deep dedication to women's health.

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At 1:16pm on February 20, 2009, Bert Martinez said…
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At 11:01pm on November 13, 2008, Teresa said…
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