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Austin mom donates about 14 gallons of breast milk to local milk bank

KXAN – October 12, 2018

“For months, Randan Steinhauser pumped breast milk, in hopes her seven-week premature twin daughters would be able to drink it once they got out of the hospital. “The one thing that I could do when I was at home, to feel connected to them when I was at home, was to pump,” Steinhauser said.”

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