Also I don't understand why people are still arguing. Bone thinks the risks to UC for breech are substantial, others disagree. The disagreement is largely because what some people classify as substantial others find acceptable. Why argue about something that is a matter of opinion? This makes no sense.
Telling women what they should do with their bodies because they are pregnant and you feel entitled is sexist. It's the feeling entitled to dictate to women matters about their bodies that's key. Not the percentages. Women should always have a choice, period. For a very intelligent discussion as to why women should always have this choice, even if it means some preventable deaths will occur, check out this ACOG article on the subject. As the authors state, even a utilitarian would agree that this is the least evil option.