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The wrong formula

Author: Joanna Moorhead, Guardian
Resource type: News

Guardian article supporting breastfeeding and criticising infant formula industry. commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/joanna_moorhead/2007/04/the_wrong_formula.html

Nestle Responded to the article: www.guardian.co.uk/comment/story/0,,2084958,00.html

Marie McGrath wrote after the publication of the Milking it article about the dangers in emergencies and the IFE Core Group.

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