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Don't postpone surgery or other treatment to prolong nursing — it may put your life in danger. Instead, talk to your doctor about feeding options that are safe for you and your baby. For example, in certain cases of breast cancer, you may be able to continue nursing from the unaffected breast. Or you may consider "pumping and dumping" — keeping your milk supply going by pumping and then throwing away your milk until you can breastfeed again safely.
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