Internationally recognized homebirth expert Ágnes Geréb has finally, after her last appeal, been sentenced to two-years imprisonment for three homebirth incidents, though some have argued that the outcomes would have been no different even if the births had been conducted at hospitals. The case, however, draws attention to structural healthcare problems, and raises questions about legal equality.
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