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  • Lisa Anita

    Breasts: A Natural and Unnatural History -by Florence Williams. Worth reading. Fascinating chapters on the history of breast implants and the evolution of human breasts. The chapters on breastmilk and breast cancer were depressing though.

  • Kerry Hansen (Peller)

    A natural and unnatural history of, breasts - Q & A with Author Florence Williams. A must read! From @simone en voiture en voiture Kazemier Chemicals Healthy Families

  • taylor m w

    "Breasts: A Natural and Unnatural History" by Florence Williams. Read the author's essay on Powell's Books online blog.

  • Birth With Lisa Doula Services

    Must Reading: Breasts: A Natural and Unnatural History After giving birth to her second child, Florence Williams had her breast milk tested for various pesticides and toxins, including flame retardants. Her results came back "higher than expected, and ten to a hundred times higher than those found in European women." Williams' new book is a clarion call to women everywhere who are seeking answers to the doubling rate of breast cancer since the 1940s.

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