Methods to Prevent and Manage Nipple Pain in Breastfeeding Women

@article{Ziemer1990MethodsTP,
  title={Methods to Prevent and Manage Nipple Pain in Breastfeeding Women},
  author={M. Ziemer and Jeanne P. Paone and Jane Schupay and Elizabeth Cole and M. Kay},
  journal={Western Journal of Nursing Research},
  year={1990},
  volume={12},
  pages={732 - 744}
}

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