Nearly 12,900 children sick from tain...

Nearly 12,900 children sick from tainted milk

There are 2 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Sep 22, 2008, titled Nearly 12,900 children sick from tainted milk. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

China's Health Ministry says the number of children sickened by tainted milk products has doubled, with nearly 12,900 in hospitals and 104 of them seriously ill.

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daniel

Lowell, MA

#1 Sep 22, 2008
It is becoming clear that Chinese manufacturers have no morals and that consumers buying Chinese products are taking a gamble on whether they contain materials that are harmful to their health. Just wish there were more alternatives to buying 'made in china'.
JAM 556

New York, NY

#2 Sep 22, 2008
What else would we expect from China. While the rest of the world is running around trying to figure out man made climate change, who is going to hold these Chinks responsible? Look at their manufacturing and lack of oversights. How bad do you think they are polluting the planet? Plus those gymnists were definitely too young!

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