Hospitals turn to milk banks to help preemies and sick infants

08/27/2008 | Voice of America

Milk banks are a growing trend that provide a way for mothers with excess milk to help out premature or sick infants in the hospital. There are 11 milk banks nationwide from which hospitals can draw, with numerous depots that make it more convenient for women to drop off frozen packets of their breast milk.

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