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Breast Milk Donations Continue Curbside Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

KSAT News – April 24, 2020

Mothers’ Milk Bank Austin, our milk collection sites, and local hospitals are taking extra steps during the pandemic to protect babies and donors. During this interview, our Executive Director Kim Updegrove talks about the need for more donor milk during this pandemic.

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