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Report: Some early births not crucial

  Dr. Alan Fleischman of “The March of Dimes,” explains why the organization is demanding that hospitals make doctors prove that an early delivery is medically necessary.

U.S. gets low marks for preemie birth rates

  The March of Dimes says pre-term births have dropped in most states, but gives the nation a "D" compared to other countries. NBC's Tracie Potts reports.

Preemie births inch down, but still a big problem

Premature births may finally be starting to inch down, says a new report from the March of Dimes. Full story

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  Too many U.S. babies born too soon

Nov. 17: The March of Dimes has given the U.S. a "D" in prevention of pre-term births and says more than a half-million babies are born too early. NBC's Tracie Potts reports.

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