The WHO recommends nursing until *at least age 2* and then as long as mom and baby want. The immune benefits of breastmilk *increase* in the 2nd and 3rd year (around the time your child finds it fun to eat dirt, boogers, stuff off Walmart's floor, etc)
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Karey was diagnosed with breast cancer when her first baby, a girl, was just 7 months old. In this installment of The Breastfeeding Chronicles, the 31-year-old stay-at-home mom talks about what it was like to be treated for breast cancer right after having a baby, and how she managed to nurse her second child, now 10-months-old, with one breast.