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Breast-milk-sharing practices highlighted in UCF survey

Breast-milk-sharing practices highlighted in UCF survey

When Alison Serra had her baby, she couldn't produce enough milk, so she turned to donor moms. Serra's first donor was local. Her second donor was a San Francisco mom who discovered after getting off a cruise here that she couldn't take her milk on the plane. "So I met her at the attractions area and got the milk," said Serra of Orange City, whose daughter is now 3. She said she never had any issues with the donated milk, and she usually met the donors at a public place or at their home. The ancient practice of sharing breast milk among moms has become a complex affair in the modern world and, more specifically, here in Central Florida, according to University...