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Radio Show on Milk Banking

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Monday, June 04, 2007

Note: Sorry about the slow response on the Prolacta/IBMP thing...I'm having lap top trouble and have limited time online, so "real" work has had to come first.

Last night I had the pleasure of joining Tamara and Kristen on their show at Blog Talk Radio. We spent an hour talking about milk banking and the various topics related to it. We covered the HMBANA banks, for profit milk banking, how to become a donor, what the milk is used for...we even did a brief dive into the controversial practices of wet nursing, cross nursing and milk sharing.

If you're interested in any of those topics, you might enjoy downloading the podcast of the show and giving it a listen. I actually had a great time talking with these two ladies and I think we managed to put out a fun, informative show.

I'll actually be on again this coming Sunday to talk about the culture in the United States as it relates to breastfeeding. We'll hit topics like breastfeeding legislation, breastfeeding in public, breastfeeding older children and anything else controversial we can think of.

So take a listen to yesterday's show and if you like what you hear, mark your calendar for 6pm next Sunday so that you can listen live (or even call in with your own questions and comments.)

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