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Complementary medicines and breastfeeding

Complementary medicines and breastfeeding

Journal of Complementary Medicine 2(1): 34-38

This article discusses the factors influencing the excretion of a complementary medicine (CM) into breast milk. The factors are divided into those relating to the mother, the infant and to the CM itself.

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