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2.30-2.50pm

by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2020-03-06 at 04:04:05


How Donor Breastmilk Can Work for Parents 

Breastmilk is one of the most effective way to enhance child health, yet often child via surrogacy miss out. Some surrogates express milk – others will not. Intending mothers can take medication to induce lactation or use a what is called a supply line while feeding. Parents can also supplement formula with donated breast milk, sourced via informal networks or charities such as Mothers Milk Bank. This session reviews the range of health, safety and psychological issues to consider for both those providing milk and recipients

Lynne Hall, Mothers Milk Bank

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