Email updates

Keep up to date with the latest news and content from BMC Pediatrics and BioMed Central.

Open Access Highly Accessed Research article

The aluminium content of infant formulas remains too high

Nancy Chuchu, Bhavini Patel, Blaise Sebastian and Christopher Exley*

BMC Pediatrics 2013, 13:162  doi:10.1186/1471-2431-13-162

PubMed Commons is an experimental system of commenting on PubMed abstracts, introduced in October 2013. Comments are displayed on the abstract page, but during the initial closed pilot, only registered users can read or post comments. Any researcher who is listed as an author of an article indexed by PubMed is entitled to participate in the pilot. If you would like to participate and need an invitation, please email info@biomedcentral.com, giving the PubMed ID of an article on which you are an author. For more information, see the PubMed Commons FAQ.

Aluminium in infant formulas

Chris Exley   (2013-10-22 10:42)  Keele University email

Your readers may be interested to learn that following the publication of our data Vietnam has measured the aluminium content of infant formulas imported into Vietnam from the UK and they have found values in the range 3 - 3.4 mg/kg. Values which are HIGHER than the majority of those reported in our study.

Competing interests

A competing interest exists when your professional judgment about a paper could possibly be influenced by considerations other than the paper's validity or importance. Detail possible competing interests here...

None

top

Post a comment