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First-ever Human Milk World Record Sponsored by Acelleron Set on August 2, 2014
Date:8/6/2014

BOSTON, Aug. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The first-ever Human Milk World Record, sponsored by Acelleron Medical Products, was set this August! One hundred twenty-one babies received human milk from 242 participants, who included moms, dads, and caregivers who gave human milk to their babies on August 2 at the MommyCon Boston 2014 Convention in Boston.

Participants came from all over the United States, and from as far away as San Diego, California. Jason Canzano, director of operations for Acelleron Medical Products, said, "Acelleron Medical Products was thrilled to partner with MommyCon for the first-ever Human Milk World Record. Acelleron supports all parents in their quest to feed human milk to their babies. The education and community support offered at MommyCon is a perfect place to provide information on all Acelleron can do for New England parents."

Xza Higgins, the founder of MommyCon, said, "When we decided to host a location for the breastfeeding world record, we knew we wanted to find a way to include all moms who feed their babies human milk. We want all babies receiving human milk, by whatever method, to take part in this record during the event. Together we set the Human Milk World Record presented by Acelleron!"

Acelleron Medical Products, a durable medical equipment (DME) company recently acquired by Preferred Home Health Care and Nursing Services, Eatontown, N.J, is known throughout New England and the Northeast as a breast pump provider that predominantly sells post-natal and pediatric medical equipment throughout the Northeast. Acelleron helps expectant and new mothers obtain a free breast pump under the Affordable Care Act and will ship breast pumps to mothers within 24 hours.

MommyCon, a boutique-style convention, is dedicated to bringing modern parents and
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