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Infant Feeding in Areas of Zika Virus Transmission

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Infant Feeding in Areas of Zika Virus Transmission

Publisher: World Health Organization
ISBN-13: 9789241549660
Number of pages: 42

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Based on the available evidence, which suggests that the benefits of breastfeeding for the infant and mother outweigh any potential risk of Zika virus transmission through breast milk, WHO has issued interim guidance on breastfeeding in the context of Zika virus.

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