Women’s Health Bulletin

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Milk Kinship and Implications for Human Milk Banking: A Review

Virginia Thorley 1 , *
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1 Honorary Research Fellow School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry, University of Queensland, Australia
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  • Women's Health Bulletin: July 01, 2016, 3 (3); e36897
  • Published Online: May 29, 2016
  • Article Type: Review Article
  • Received: February 12, 2016
  • Revised: April 18, 2016
  • Accepted: April 19, 2016
  • DOI: 10.17795/whb-36897

To Cite: Thorley V. Milk Kinship and Implications for Human Milk Banking: A Review, Women Health Bull. 2016 ; 3(3):e36897. doi: 10.17795/whb-36897.

Abstract
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1. Context
2. Evidence Acquisition
3. Results
4. Conclusions
Acknowledgements
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