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I was one of the children used in this study and have found the
report extremely interesting to read. My parents have recently given me
some of the paperwork related to the study and I was curious to see what
the outcome of the study had been.
Mrs Ria S Safdar
(formerly Miss Ria Suzanne Chidley)