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Re: Our Telephonic Primacy

Dave Garland (
Wed, 23 Mar 2005 20:59:12 -0600

It was a dark and stormy night when wrote:

> Recently someone claimed that infant mortality was worse in the
> U.S. than in Cuba, something I find difficult to believe without
> additional explanation.

It's true, but the US has far more heroic interventions among extremely
low birth weight and extremely premature infants than Cuba. Which, of
course, are far more likely to die than normal births. I suspect that
in Cuba, those get counted as miscarriages, not infants.

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