It Takes a Village to Make BIOMILQ:
Ethics and the cells used to make cultured human milk

K-18 (green) is a marker for mammary epithelial cells, the milk-makers. The blue dots are the nuclei of the cells which have been stained green. Cells may differ in size during different stages of development.

We are keenly aware of our responsibility leading this space and sensitive to the history of ethical concerns surrounding the collection and commercialization of human cells (5).

We are ready, if needed, to be a part of the village that you use to raise your children.

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Unlocking human potential with breakthrough mammary biotechnology.

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Unlocking human potential with breakthrough mammary biotechnology.

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