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World Health Organization, (Technical Report Series.). 1965; 22.A report of the Scientific Group on the Physiology of Lactation which met in Geneva, December 2-7, 1963, is presented. Major aspects covered include: 1) growth of the mammary gland; 2) milk secretion; 3) biochemical activities of the mammary gland; 4) the physiology of suckling; and 5) factors of human lactation and breast feeding. It is recommended that WHO should: 1) provide grants and research fellowships to enable research workers in the field of lactation to extend their experience by working for a time in other appropriate research centers; 2) support the establishment of laboratories in certain countries for the titration of hormones in cases of normal and abnormal lactation; 3) make contact with organizations engaged in the collection of primate pituitary tissues to obtain their advice and help in organizing the extension of the collection to other parts of the world and in arranging for the preparation of extracts, especially of human prolactin and somatotrophin for international use; 4) make contact with individuals and organizations engaged in the collection of hypothalamic tissue with the object of improving facilities for collection; and 5) encourage studies on human lactation in relation to malnutrition and undernutrition in developing countries.