Coast Guard physician assistant donates breast milk to help Haitian newborns

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Coast Guard Lt. Teresa Wolf, a physician assistant, is deployed with Port Security Unit 307 in support of relief operations in Haiti. One of the loved ones she left behind was her 10-week old girl Chloe Daniel.

After learning of the severe needs of the hospital ship USNS Comfort, the Goldsborough, NC mother began donating breast milk to the ships Pediatric Ward aboard the USNS Comfort.

“It’s the right thing to do,” said Wolf. “Babies get so much more nutrients from breast milk. It’s good for the eyes, brain … everything.”


"It's the right thing to do," said Wolf. "Babies get so much more nutrients from breast milk. It's good for the eyes, brain … everything."

U.S. Coast Guard photo by PA1 Adam Eggers.

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  1. Doug Smith says:

    This selfless wonderful officer and a lady is just one of many reasons why Guardians rock!

  2. celine says:

    fantastic………!! a true humanitarian.

  3. edwin lashney says:

    ..people like lt. wolf. make us proud…to be americans…..thank you………….

  4. Michael Mckenzie says:

    Lt. Wolf you make us proud to be Guardians! Very touching to see this truly selfless act so that others may live. Thank You.

  5. a BFing Mama says:

    LT you are such a good example! It’s awful you had to leave your baby girl, but you are doing such an amazing thing! Yay! It’s rare (sadly) to see pro-breastfeeding press.