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Condolenses & keep breastfeeding: Letter sent out during Hurricane Katrina, USA

Author: US Breastfeeding Committee
Year: 2005
Resource type: Other

Letter sent out on Sept 6, 2005 in response to Hurricane Katrina. Keep breastfeeding is the message

www.usbreastfeeding.org/News-and-Events/Katrina-Condolenses.pdf

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