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14 May 2010

Ban infant formula: Motsoaledi

Infant milk formula was "no different from skin lightening creams" and should be banned worldwide, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi said on Thursday.

Infant milk formula was "no different from skin lightening creams" and should be banned worldwide, Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi said on Thursday.

"When this is brought [up], because I know it's on the agenda, about infant mortality, one would bring [up] these issues of infant feeding, because it's one of the key issues definitely.

 
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