Whose Milk? Changing US Attitudes toward Maternal Breastfeeding

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Earlier this year, delegates from around the world met in Geneva, Switzerland for the World Health Assembly. Debates emerged around the topic of promoting maternal breastfeeding and sparked a heated confrontation between the United States and the nation of Ecuador. Looking for some historical context to the “Breast is Best” campaign? Read my latest article for Nursing ClioWhose Milk? Changing US Attitudes toward Maternal Breastfeeding.”


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