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« on: July 29, 2010, 04:00:01 PM »

The relationship of breastfeeding to prove and move in the offspring. The reason of genetics and gene transfer, that is, nearly breast caused by the movement of genes (genetic factors) of the mother's milk and penetrate cells to the infant and the integration with a series of genes when the baby helps the theory that breast milk contains more than one type of cells is well known that natural source of human genes is the nucleus of cells dna.

Yes, the news is true my brother Hassan Only one who drink breast milk from a mother.He infected with thalassemia major but Me and my brothers did not Drink mother brest milk and Ahamdallah we are all healthy.
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« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2010, 04:33:59 PM »

Thal status is genetic and determined at conception. Breast feeding will not affect this, but not breast feeding does deprive the child of the necessary nutrition and the antibodies that can only come from mother's milk. This is even more important for thals who have compromised immune systems.
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