NEC Risk Reduced in 2nd Clinical Study Using 100% Human Milk Diet for Preemies

This week, Prolacta Bioscience announced a new clinical study just published by the Journal of Pediatrics clearly demonstrating that 100% exclusive human milk based diet for pre-term infants reduces chances of surgery associated with the life threatening disease necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC).  This reinforces a study in 2009 and points to a new standard of care for these infants.

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Mother’s Day – Pinterest was made for your day, Mom

Pinterest is definitely targeted at the female demographic, although that may change over time. If ever a social media aligned perfectly with a holiday, Pinterest was made for Mother’s Day. You will see a bunch of related graphics celebrating this special day in the next week or so. Here’s one from our client Prolacta, remembering that preemies in neonatal intensive care units (NICU) have mommies too. These moms are under a great deal of stress and could use a ...

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ABC News: Local Moms Keep Preemies Alive

From time to time I get to be involved in a terrific cause. Doing Public Relations for Milk for Wishes Milk Bank & Helping Hands Milk Bank, both sponsored by Prolacta is one such cause. Prolacta produces the only human milk-based fortifier for severely premature infants in neonatal intensive care units (NICU).

Here’s a story we facilitated in South Carolina that shows why Prolacta and breast milk donation matter.

ABC Columbia television FULL STORY.

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Make-A-Wish Receives Donation from Prolacta Bioscience – CSR

It feels good to affiliate with clients that are socially responsible. This includes PilmerPR clients Milk for Wishes Milk Bank & Prolacta Bioscience.

Prolacta Bioscience, the first and only company to offer human milk fortifier (HMF) made from 100% human breast milk for critically ill, premature infants, announced today an initial donation of $7500 to the Make-A-Wish Foundation®. Prolacta’s donation is ...

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