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Chemical Contaminants in Human Milk: An Overview
Babasaheb R. Sonawane
Environmental Health Perspectives
Vol. 103, Supplement 6 (Sep., 1995), pp. 197-205
Published by: The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3432374
Page Count: 9
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This review contains a succinct overview of the nature and extent of the problem of contamination of human milk with environmental and occupational chemicals, excluding drugs. Factors influencing the levels of contaminants in breast milk are discussed. Also, data on major chemicals of concern with potential health risk(s) to the general population and risk-benefit considerations are dealt with briefly. Based on the available data on the subject, research needs have been identified and policy recommendations are suggested.
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