I was surprised that this topic hasn't had more publicity or concern, when 1 in 5 women may have delayed lactation or no lactation at all. Teaching women how to confirm whether they're producing breast milk seems like a basic sanity check. And also teaching how to supplement when not producing enough milk seems like a basic precaution, even if it were uncommon.
There also seems to be a widespread misconception that newborns can't drink that much, but the newborn stomach has been measured at 20mL.
One of my favorite singers, Kyla La Grange: