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Promising Cancer Drug Fails to Slow Breast Cancer

A Phase 3 trial of cancer drug Nexavar in patients with advanced breast cancer failed to delay progression of the disease, according to the drug’s makers, Bayer and Onyx Pharmaceuticals, Inc., an Amgen subsidiary. 152 more words

The Art of the Latch

When reading posts in the ABF/ANR community or researching lactation, you’ll likely come across the word “latch” fairly often. Latch is the term used to describe the technique of sealing the lips and tongue over the nipple and areola in order to suckle milk. 379 more words

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Seeking an ANR/ABF partner

Finding the right partner is one of the most difficult aspects of an ANR/ABF. Finding a partner to enjoy periodic ABF sessions is hard enough; finding a partner willing to commit to the induction, re-lactation, and/or maintenance of milk supply (and with whom you share a special connection¬†to create the elusive “R” element of an ANR) can seem almost impossible.¬† 742 more words

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