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Non-DHA infant formulas "cannot support" DHA levels of breast-fed infants -- Wyeth study.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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NON-DHA FORMULAS "CANNOT SUPPORT" DHA LEVELS OF BREAST-FED INFANTS, a multi-center safety and efficacy study in 288 premature infants conducted by Wyeth-Ayerst concludes. "These data provide further confirmation that term formulas that are not supplemented with preformed DHA cannot support tissue DHA levels similar to those seen in breast-fed infants," Wyeth Nutritionals International Clinical Nutrition Department Senior Director Arthur Euler, MD, et al., state, reporting on the one-year follow-up data from the trial.
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