Nestle's donation

BMJ 1994; 309 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.309.6949.276c (Published 23 July 1994) Cite this as: BMJ 1994;309:276
  1. N Adjaye,
  2. J R Beesley,
  3. N Brewster,
  4. A Bush,
  5. P F B Carter,
  6. E Carter,
  7. M Chan,
  8. N Cookey,
  9. M G Coulthard,
  10. S Court,
  11. D B Cundall,
  12. G Debelle,
  13. C Cezateux,
  14. G J Ebrahim,
  15. D Elliman,
  16. D Gibb,
  17. R Gilbert,
  18. E Hey,
  19. W T Houlsby,
  20. H Issler,
  21. C Jessen,
  22. P M Jones,
  23. W H Lamb,
  24. H J Lambert,
  25. C Lazaro,
  26. S Lenton,
  27. M Levin,
  28. M F Lowry,
  29. S Logan,
  30. A Macfarlan,
  31. R Menzies,
  32. D C Morley,
  33. H M Palmer,
  34. C Peckham,
  35. C A Porter,
  36. E Ross,
  37. A N P Speight,
  38. N Spencer,
  39. J P Stanfield,
  40. J E Thomas,
  41. A Tomkins,
  42. T Waterston,
  43. C M Wright,
  44. J Wynne,
  45. P Zinkin
  1. Members of British Paediatric Association, London NW1 4LB.

    EDITOR, — The donation from nestle (UK) Ltd of pounds sterling 140 000 over four years1 is the largest single donation ever received by the British Paediatric Association and should have been debated among the membership. The infant mortality and morbidity worldwide which results from bottle feeding is well known,2 as is the WHO code of practice,3 which is supported by a European directive and, in principle though not yet in law, by the British government. The British …

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