Reporting individual results for environmental chemicals in breastmilk in a context that supports breastfeeding.

Abstract

The report of Geraghty et al.1 on a survey of breastfeeding mothers shows the importance of developing and testing methods for reporting biomonitoring results to study participants. They found that 68% of breastfeeding women said they wanted to know about levels of environmental chemicals in their milk, but more than three-fourths speculated that they would… (More)
DOI: 10.1089/bfm.2009.0006

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