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Compliance and Concordance: Prevalence and Predictors of Breastfeeding in Survivors of Childhood Abuse.

@inproceedings{Eagen2015ComplianceAC,
  title={Compliance and Concordance: Prevalence and Predictors of Breastfeeding in Survivors of Childhood Abuse.},
  author={Meghan Kathleen Eagen},
  year={2015}
}
CHAPTER x I: Breastfeeding and Childhood Trauma: A Review of the Literature Overview of Breastfeeding and Childhood Maltreatment/Trauma Experiencing Trauma vs. Embodiment of Trauma 1 4 15 II: Measuring Breastfeeding Success Measuring Success: Where Are We Now? Feminist Analysis of Breastfeeding Measurement Potential Models for a New Approach to Success 28 29 34 
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