Dr. Alison Stuebe talks Support for Breast-Feeding, in a Multitude of Ways

New York Times Well blog post: Dr. Alison Stuebe talks Support for Breast-Feeding, in a Multitude of Ways

Dr. Alison Stuebe talks Support for Breast-Feeding, in a Multitude of Ways click to enlarge Dr. Alison Stuebe, Associate Professor in Maternal-Fetal Medicine, UNC Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology

From the New York Times Well blog post:

"In 2001, when Dr. Alison Stuebe was pregnant with her first child, breast-feeding was a personal challenge that soon morphed into a professional research interest. Her son Noah was 3 months old when she began her residency in maternal-fetal medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Determined to nurse him for a year, she arrived at the hospital carrying a breast pump and, through sheer determination, more than met her goal. Noah was 2½ before he was weaned."

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