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Mom of stillborn praised for refusing to give sister's baby her breast milk

Por: Newsweek Life June 22, 2022

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A woman who experienced the tragedy of stillbirth has been praised online after she refused to give her sister breast milk for her baby boy.In an emotional June 21, post shared on Reddit's popular AmITheA hole sub, user Comerainorthunder said she had a stillbirth five weeks ago, while her sister gave birth to a child a week later.Stillbirth is a tragedy that affects thousands of families across the U.S. every year. According to the Centers... + full article



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