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Preemies should have access to donor breastmilk, experts say


Preemies should have access to donor breastmilk, experts say

June 09, 2012


Source - KING 5 TV

In the most delicate moments of life, premature babies often don't get the nutrients they need. That's because they don't get the necessary breast milk so important to help fend off early illnesses. Now there's help, thanks to a donor program. Seattle Children’s neonatologist Isabella Knox discusses the benefits of breast milk for premies.

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