South African Author Publishes New Book with Dorrance Publishing

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Written by a father who is opposed to the practice of breastfeeding, this book offers point by point arguments regarding the medical, psychological and emotional issues involved

Controversy about Breastfeeding

Very simple. I am always looking for the truth and enjoy having a balanced point of view in any topic.

Controversy About Breastfeeding by Patrick Andres has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.

Controversy about Breastfeeding has been compiled to show the feeling of most fathers and especially to show the other side of the coin to which the medical profession and institutions are against and enforce in primary healthcare. They don’t want you to ask these questions for which they don’t have answers. Most people have been brainwashed to believe it is correct and to enforce it without Joe Public been properly informed of the other side of the coin.

The author wants to remind everyone we are not all experts in the medical field, but we have the right to be presented with a balance point of view (pros and cons), whereupon we can then make a balanced, intelligent decision. This book looks at such a controversy—breastfeeding the other side—and the victimization of most fathers.

Patrick Andres is a native of South Africa, and he has a degree in engineering, which he obtained in 1989. He has one daughter, Tatyana. Patrick’s hobbies include reading and farming. He is in the process of writing his next book.

When asked why he wrote this book, Patrick replied, “Very simple. I am always looking for the truth and enjoy having a balanced point of view in any topic.”

Controversy About Breastfeeding is a 36-page paperback with a retail price of $9.00. The ISBN is 978-1-4349-0606-9. It was published by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For more information, or to request a review copy, please go to our virtual pressroom at or our online bookstore at


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