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Can adoptive mothers breast-feed?

Can adoptive mothers breast-feed?

Lancet ii(8452): 426-427

It is suggested that for best chance of success, the infant should be suckled as early as possible, and that the mother undergo some months of preparation with increased fluid intake and breast stimulation either manually or by breast pump. The use of hormones is not essential.

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PMID: 2863450

DOI: 10.1016/S0140-6736(85)92743-6

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