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Protecting breast feeding from breast milk substitutes. Royal college supports promotion of breast feeding

Protecting breast feeding from breast milk substitutes. Royal college supports promotion of breast feeding

Bmj 317(7163): 949-950

This letter outlines the policy of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health towards promotion of breast-feeding and expresses disappointment that an Editorial by A. Costello & H.

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