I am. I am more concerned the FDA i s downplaying it and not releasing the name of the company. http://tinyurl.com/5nd2rl
"It would be a dangerous overreaction for parents to stop feeding formula"-If you stop buying formula the sucky economy would get worse.
"They should not change the diet. If they've been feeding a product, the should continue with that product"-Don't want the economy to fail at the risk of all these babies.
"So far they are trace amounts and from a public / infant health perspective, we consider those to be perfectly fine"-I wonder how all the parents feel about that.
"FDA scientists can't set an acceptable level of exposure in formula because science hadn't had enough time to understand the effects on infants underdeveloped kidney's"-Right, but they asure the public levels of melamine consistute trace amounts which are safe even though they can't determine a "safe" level.
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I found this at
The three firms _ Abbott Laboratories, Nestle and Mead Johnson _ manufacture more than 90 percent of all infant formula produced in the United States.
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