Carrie Arnold

Carrie Arnold is a freelance science writer covering many aspects of health and the living world. Before that, she worked in the field of public health for many years. She has written for a wide variety of magazines and other publications, including Scientific American, Discover, Slate, Aeon, Nautilus and Women’s Health. Carrie lives in Virginia with her husband and cat.



Carrie Arnold | 3 Oct 2015 |
tags: breast milk, commodification
Demand for human breast milk is increasing “exponentially”. What are the ethics of creating a market for it?
 

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