Our breastfeeding research was featured by the University of Manitoba as part of a special "Innovation" feature in the Globe & Mail. In her interview entitled "How bacteria and breastmilk could be our best allies against allergy and asthma", Dr. Azad explains that “We want to find specific components of breastmilk that are important, and figure out what they are doing to the gut microbiome—and understand how all of this affects the health and development of children," adding that “Human milk is the ultimate personalized medicine.”
This innovative event will bring the brightest scientific minds from across the country to Parliament Hill for a day-long event to exchange ideas, learn about policy making at the political level, meet with parliamentarians, and discuss advancements in scientific research and how they can be used in policy making experience. Follow the event on social media (#SciParl2018) or visit: https://sciencepolicy.ca/science-meets-parliament.
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