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Aug 9, 2022

The Coast News – Donors give 7,200 ounces of breast milk in San Marcos amid formula shortage

SAN MARCOS — Since giving birth to her son two months ago, Emily Krudner of Julian has produced more breast milk than her baby can take, filling her freezer with bags of frozen milk.

She knows it’s the luck of the draw, as many new parents struggle with producing sufficient milk for their babies.

After learning that she could donate this milk, Krudner decided to make the drive from Julian to TrueCare in San Marcos on Saturday to give around 600 ounces of her frozen breast milk at the University of California Health Milk Bank’s milk drive… more

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