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Balancing the risks of breast and bottle


, : Balancing the risks of breast and bottle. New Scientist 138(1878): 10

The estimated risk of transfer of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) from an infected mother to her infant via breast milk is discussed in relation to the alternative risk of exposing the infant to other lethal infections by feeding formula milk.

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