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Law requiring insurance to cover donated breastmilk gives preemies ‘best possible chance’

Type: Prolacta in the News

Topic(s): Hospital Experience Legislative Long-Term outcomes

Use of an exclusive human milk diet in preterm infants to lower healthcare costs – short-term and long-term perspectives

Type: Prolacta in the News

Topic(s): Cost Savings / Cost Effectiveness Long-Term outcomes Pasteurization

Preterm infants fed Prolacta’s 100% human milk-based fortifiers achieved catch-up growth by age 2 with appropriate neurodevelopmental outcomes, study says

Type: Press Releases

Topic(s): Growth Long-Term outcomes

After the NICU: Developmental follow-up

Type: Blog

Topic(s): Long-Term outcomes Neurodevelopmental Outcomes

Smallest Preemies Can Achieve Catch-Up Growth by 2 Years of Age with Exclusive Human Milk Diet New Study Finds

Type: Press Releases

Topic(s): Growth Long-Term outcomes

Longer breastfeeding linked to better development

Type: Blog

Topic(s): Hospital Experience Long-Term outcomes Neurodevelopmental Outcomes Parents

Breastfeeding and childhood obesity: The connection

Type: Blog

Topic(s): Feeding Protocols Long-Term outcomes Parents

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