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Responses to the Tsunami disaster and infant feeding

Author: IBFAN
Year: 2004
Resource type: News

Says why it is a problem and links to SCF statement and WHO statement
Baby Milk Action also got same press release but with an added bit that it is against UK law (1995) to export formula milks in the wrong language to another country.

www.ibfan.org/english/news/press/press13jan05.html

www.babymilkaction.org/press/press13jan05.html

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