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Breastfeeding: sources and notes

WHO Report: Maternal and Newborn Care in the Postpartum: A Practical Guide "- 1999.

National Health Nutrition Program 2006-2010 presented by Professor Hercberg to the Minister of Health - April 2006.

La Leche Ligue, information and support for breastfeeding.

La Leche League, The Breastfeeding Treaty.

The Great Book of Pregnancy, French National College of Gynecologists, Eyrolles, 2015-2016.

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