We strive to improve the health and survival of infants through breastfeeding advocacy and the safe, equitable provision of pasteurized donor human milk.
From 1904 to 1943, New York's Coney Island amusement park showcased technological advances from around the world, including infant incubators occupied by live babies. A sign at the entrance read, "All the World Loves a Baby" where visitors paid 25 cents to see the tiny preemies.
Through the help of a local woodworking organization, a second memorial tree, honoring little lives lost, was recently installed in the reception room at Mothers' Milk Bank of North Texas.
Caio was a recipient of donor milk both in the hospital NICU and then as a medical necessity recipient after he graduated from the NICU and went home. This is his story…
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