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Q&A DeForest / Huang / Infant Deaths From Milk Anniversary

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In July of 2008, China Was Hit With A Major Scandal That Gained Worldwide Attention. It Emerged That Some Companies Producing Baby Formula Were Lacing Their Product With Melamine, A Chemical That Made The Formula Appear To Richer In Protein. The Result Was Hundreds Of Thousands Of Sick Babies-Six Of Whom Died. Daybreak Asia's Dave DeForest Spoke About The Incident With Seton Hall University Professor Yanzhong Huang, A Senior Fellow For Global Health With The Council On Foreign Relations.