From the CBS News Report:
One huge difference the program has made is a significant decrease in one life-threatening complication of prematurity - a gastrointestinal infection called necrotizing enterocolitis, or NEC. Of the half million premature babies born every year, between 5-10 percent of them develop it and a third of those die.
Before this program started, the rate of NEC in this hospital was 5.8 percent; last year it was less than 1 percent.
"The more human milk they're exposed to, the more reduction in complications such as necrotizing enterocolitis," Dr. Kim said.
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