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Mom Donated More Than 2,000 Ounces Of Breast Milk After Her Stillbirth

Wendy Cruz-Chan’s decision to donate her breast milk after the stillbirth of her son not only helped feed six babies, it helped her heal. In a Facebook post from Oct. 9, Cruz-Chan wrote that she began pumping breast milk three days after the birth of her stillborn son, Killian. Her goal was to make it to 2,000 ounces, and after pumping day and night for three months, she reached it.
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