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New breast milk in old bottles

Barbara Katz Rothman

International Breastfeeding Journal 2008, 3:9  doi:10.1186/1746-4358-3-9

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New breast milk in old bottles

Martha Wardrop   (2009-12-15 10:53)  Kaiser Permanente email

I was fascinated to look at the different doors concept presented by the author, and believe that if we all consider these different influencers on a womans decision to breast feed or not, or wean early or not, we can collectively come up with some better ideas on changing the negative ideas that some people have about providing the very best for infants around the world. I appreciated the article very much.

Competing interests

I am an IBCLC RN, and have breast fed my own children, so I am prejudiced towards breast feeding.


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