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A cross-sectional analysis of the prevalence of hepatitis B surface antigenaemia in cord blood from 50 newborn babies and in blood from 415 children admitted to the children's ward of Port Moresby General Hospital indicates that perinatal vertical transmission is likely to be important and that there is a high rate of horizontal transmission in the 1st few(More)
  • K Nemba
  • Journal of tropical pediatrics
  • 1994
Of a series of 37 non-puerperal women aged between 19 and 55 years who requested bottle feeding, 27 were known to have completed a lactation induction programme and 24 (89 per cent) of these women were known to be successfully breast feeding well nourished children. All 11 women who had never previously lactated were successful. Of the three mothers in whom(More)
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