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Mothers in a panic (30 Oct 2008)

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Mothers the world over were shocked when news broke that the chemical melamine was found in milk powder produced in China and infants and children had developed kidney stones as a result of consuming it. Mothers in Hong Kong, in particular, were panic-stricken, rushing to clinics with their children for medical testing and trying to replace the tainted milk they have been buying. Join us this week for a report in MOTHERS IN A PANIC on Hong Kong Connection.Producers: Vicky IP, Eric Poon & Joseph Hung

Program: 
Hong Kong Connection
Publish Date: 
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Station: 
RTHK
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