Challenges of induced breastfeeding and relaxation
Challenges of induced breastfeeding and relaxation 936 630 Guillem Cebrian

Induced breastfeeding and lactation are processes that allow breastfeeding in mothers who do not conceive in cases of adoption, surrogacy and in babies born in pairs of two women. However, these processes involve a number of challenges. This is the introduction to the scientific article published last August in the Journal of Nursing, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Journal of Human Lactation. Below we talk about it with the two members of the research group in

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