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Do You Think Women Should Be Paid For Donating Breast Milk?

It's no secret that breast milk is considered the nectar of the gods. After all, it helps keep little ones' immune systems strong and can work wonders for babies who are born premature, which brings us to an important question: should women be paid for donating it? Related In a Single Photo, Mom Simultaneously Breastfeeds 1 Baby While Giving Formula to Another A recent article in The Atlantic examines whether or not women who donate their breast milk to mothers who can't produce enough (or any milk at all) should be compensated.
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