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Letter to Minister of Health and Long Term Care, Canada

Author: Dr. Garry Aslanyan, Ontario Public Health Service
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Letter on IFE to Honourable George Smitherman Minister of Health and Long Term Care, Canada from Ontario Public Health Service. 06/06/2006

The letter basically points out the need for breastfeeding in emergencies The OPHA Breastfeeding Promotion Workgroup is available to provide consultation and support to the Emergency Management Unit with regards to the preservation of breastfeeding in emergency situations.

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