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BMMPBusiness Management Modernization Program (US DoD)
BMMPBiomimetic Materials Processing
BMMPBenign Mucous Membrane Pemphigoid
BMMPBarclay Management Media Productions (Canada)
BMMPBluebonnet Military Motor Pool (of Texas)
BMMPBiosolids Management Master Plan
BMMPBenign Multicystic Mesothelioma of Peritoneum
BMMPBid Maximum Mix Price
BMMPBurleigh Manor Music Parents
BMMPBairagi Maha Mandal Punjab
BMMPBendamustin / Mitoxantron / Methotrexat / Prednisolon
BMMPBiodiversity Monitoring Master Plan
BMMPBasic Major Medical Plan
BMMPBond voor Minder Marine-Personeel
BMMPBernoulli Modulated Markov Process
BMMPBusiness Music Media Player
BMMPBoston Money Management Program
BMMPBiological Models and Materials Program
BMMPBulkley Monitoring Model Project
BMMPBody Movement Mind Paradigma
BMMPBeran, Molyneux, Milton and Phan-Thien (bounds)
BMMPBroadcast Music Management Project
BMMPBulk Micromachining of Plastics
BMMPBreast Milk Monitoring Program
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A few countries, mainly Sweden and Germany, have systematic breast milk monitoring programs that have tested considerable numbers of women over time using consistent sampling methods (15).
Research Highlight: Breast milk monitoring programs (BMMPs): worldwide early warning system for polyhalogenated POPs and for targeting studies in children's environmental health.
Improved global breast milk monitoring programs would allow for more consistent data on trends over time, detection of new xenobiotics in breast milk, and identification of disproportionately exposed populations.
Although some countries, most notably Sweden and Germany, have ongoing breast milk monitoring programs in place, data from the rest of the world are spotty.
Most methodologic problems stem from the lack of a standardized protocol for conducting breast milk monitoring programs. Many scientists have called for the adoption of a consistent method based on the WHO protocol, which addresses some (but not all) of the challenges described above (3,12,14).