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BMJ stops taking advertisements for breastmilk substitutes

Aggressive promotion of formula milk behind move to ban ads

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The flagship medical journal, the BMJ, is to stop carrying advertisements in its journals for breastmilk substitutes aimed at babies and children under three.

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