"One in 20 women die during child labor in developing countries," she noted. "I came home, and my sister was pregnant. She had preeclampsia, commonly known as toxemia, the placenta detached from her uterine wall, and my sister lost her baby at 34 weeks. All these experiences were messages from above that I wanted to do women's health care."
Moris hita calls her profession "rewarding" in many ways...
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