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Prolacta Bioscience Inc.
HelpingHands Milk Bank benefiting Susan G. Komen
Over the past 13 years, Prolacta Bioscience has contributed more than $1.8M to Susan G. Komen® to support breast cancer research. Through their Helping Hands milk bank, Prolacta donates $1.10 per ounce of donated breast milk, with a guaranteed minimum donation of $25K annually to Susan G. Komen. Helping Hands enables their qualified donors to make their breast milk donations from the comfort of their home. Their breast milk is used by Prolacta to make human milk fortifiers, standardized human milk, and other human milk nutritional products. These 100% human milk products are sold to neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) throughout the world to help critically ill, premature babies.
About Prolacta Bioscience Inc.
As an industry leader, Prolacta carefully processes human milk to protect the nutritional bioactivity in their products for critically ill, premature infants throughout the world. More than 90,000 premature infants have benefited from Prolacta’s nutritional products worldwide to date. Prolacta maintains the industry’s strictest quality and safety standards for screening, testing, and processing donor milk as their products nurture the most fragile premature infants.
“We are proud to support Susan G. Komen while making it possible for moms to donate their excess breast milk to help premature infants in neonatal intensive care units.”
– Susan Neuman, VP Milk Procurement, Prolacta Bioscience Inc.