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Detroit Team Shrinks Breastfeeding Disparities

Monday, June 22, 2015

At St. John Hospital the principles of cultural sensitivity and collaboration--and lots of fundraising--have boosted breastfeeding rates by black mothers. Can other initiatives put all this together and follow suit?

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