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When an emergency strikes breastfeeding can save lives (Part 2)

Author: La Leche League
Year: 2005
Resource type: News

www.llli.org/Release/emergency2.html

Part 1 was released after the Tsunami 2004: See Tsunami, 2004: When an Emergency Strikes Breastfeeding Can Save Lives. PRESS RELEASE www.llli.org/Release/emergency.html

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