Volunteer of the Month: April Henry, March 2018

The International Cesarean Awareness Network is powered by the selfless efforts of our numerous volunteers. We cannot thank our dedicated volunteers enough for their cooperation and service in assisting ICAN with accomplishing its mission. In an effort to acknowledge some of our amazing volunteers who work tirelessly behind the scenes... Continue reading →

CBAC Guest Post: Physical Recovery After CBAC

During February 2018, birth stories and articles featured on ICAN’s blog will be focused on CBACs – Cesarean Birth After a Cesarean. It is a term used to describe a birth that was planned as a VBAC, Vaginal Birth After a Cesarean, but instead resulted in another cesarean. Physical Recovery... Continue reading →

CBAC Guest Post: Charlie’s Birth Story

During February 2018, birth stories and articles featured on ICAN’s blog will be focused on CBACs – Cesarean Birth After a Cesarean. It is a term used to describe a birth that was planned as a VBAC, Vaginal Birth After a Cesarean, but instead resulted in another cesarean. Charlie’s Birth... Continue reading →

Meet the Leadership: Rachel Gorst, ICAN of Milwaukee

ICAN is excited to announce Rachel Gorst as our newest Chapter Leader! “I think it’s important to educate yourself and know the facts and know all your options. I feel strongly that that is a number one contributor to unnecessary c-sections.” ~ Rachel Gorst, ICAN of Milwaukee Please introduce yourself... Continue reading →