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Oct 02, 2012


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Dana Ames

Good grief.

This would not be a problem if children were fed human breast milk, rather than formula. There are all sorts of other advantages to human milk. Since we in the developed world have refrigeration/freezing capability, feeding human children human milk should not be difficult, even for working mothers. My premature son got my breast milk while he was still in the hospital, as soon as they would let him take anything by mouth; this was 26 years ago. Breast milk was available in the refrigerator for all of my children while I was at work.

Alternatively, my sister was allergic to milk and was born in the '60s when only hippie-earth-mamas breast-fed :-) She did just fine on soy formula until she got older and outgrew the problem.


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