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"Early in my own pediatric training I was taught that if a mother questioned whether she should breastfeed or bottlefeed, the proper answer is: "The decision is strictly up to you; I will assist you in whatever method you decide to use."--Dr Mendelsohn MD
[Circumcision, the breakdown of maternal bonding, and high rates of bottlefeeding didn't just happen by accident, as you can see from Covert-genocide & DISEASE PROTECTION RACKET. Not to mention the suppression of vaccine disease, such as autism, see Vaccine autism proven.]
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Mostly sourced: http://www.violence.de/politics.shtml
"Not only have politicians until today failed to acknowledge the scientific reality of somatosensory-affectional deprivation (S-SAD) and its devastating effects on the human brain, the pioneering research by Dr. Prescott and his colleagues has been cancelled and covered up, under the false pretext that research on the origins of violence and on child abuse and neglect was "outside the scope of NICHD responsibilities". http://www.violence.de/politics.shtml
"There is literature that baby milks lack the oils essential and that there is possibly an association with poor brain development but nothing is done about it....Ettissh describes how baby milks are used to greatly reduce our intellect; they do not support proper brain development due to a lack of nutrients called essential fatty acids, EFA'S. These EFA'S are deliberately excluded, even today Scientists are suppressed, even killed: 'we don't add them do we- that's deliberate - we don't let the scientists find out - we suppress it - we are the baby milks - we are in all of the baby milks e. g. Nestle, cow and gate, any baby milk company, we're them. We've killed a baby milk scientist - you'd know him, he's quite well known- heart attack, encircling stuff — he was convinced we were wrong and tried to tell other people.' " The Body Snatchers by Susan Reed BSC The obstruction, cancellation, and cover-up of the research
The obstruction, cancellation, and cover-up of the research
Prescott, Ph.D.: Second Letter to Congressman Brian Bilbray
March 22 2000 letter regarding the White House history of indifference to important research on the causes of violence. (last modified ).
Prescott, Ph.D. Letter to Dr. Francis S. Collins, Director, National Human
Genome Research Institute, NIH.
Letter of 4 March 2003 concerning priorities of the genome project and why the bonobo chimpanzee was not selected for study, as it is the most peaceful and non-violent primate on the planet. It was emphasized that human violence is the principal health problem of the world. A bureaucratic letter was received that did not address the issues raised in the letter. (last modified ).
James W. Prescott, Ph.D. Letter to Dr. Francis S. Collins, Director, National Human Genome Research Institute, NIH.
Letter of 14 March 2003 that was a follow-up of the letter of 5 March 2003 that questioned the health priorities of the genome project. The bovine genome is substantially less important than the genome of the bonobo chimpanzee (Pan paniscus). No response received. (last modified ).
Duane Alexander: Response to Dr. Prescott's letter
June 26 2003 response by Duane Alexander, director of the National Institute of Child Health & Human Development, to Dr. Prescott which confirms the continuing denial of the research conducted under Prescott's leadership in the past (last modified ).
American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)[See AAP]
James W. Prescott, Ph.D.: Letter to Dr. Gartner, Chairman, Section on
Breastfeeding, American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
Letter of 11 February 2005 requesting that he distribute my letter to Dr. Zerhouni to the members of his Committee on Breastfeeding and to take corrective actions. This letter went unacknowledged. (last modified ).
Dr. Alexander, Director National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
to Dr. Prescott
Letter of 17 March 2005 which was in response to Dr. Prescott's letter to Dr. Zerhouni. This letter acknowledged that "I am unable to comment on the perceived deficiencies and omission in the recent American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Statement on Breastfeeding and the Use of Human Milk". No concern was expressed on the relationship between low/impaired breastfeeding bonding and suicide that was documented in the letter to Dr. Zerhouni and which begged the question that such studies were too difficult to conduct since "two-thirds of all mothers in the U.S. and four-fifths of African-American mothers have weaned their infants by six moths of age" (last modified ).
James W. Prescott, Ph.D. Letter to Dr. Gartner, Chairperson, Section on
Breastfeeding, American Academy of Pediatrics,
Letter of 3 Feb 06, that cites the negligence of his Committee to review the relevant published scientific studies on the nutritional deficiencies of infant formula milk for normal brain behavioral development, as contained in the AAP Policy Statement "Breastfeeding and the Use of Human Milk" (2005) and to take corrective actions. (last modified ).
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.]
James W. Prescott, Ph.D. letter Dr. Charles H. Halstead, Editor-in-Chief, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Letter of February 15, 2006 that alerts him to the dangers of infant formula feeding for the formation of the brain neurotransmitters necessary for social bonding and requesting his support for a national review of this subject by DHHS Secretary Leavitt and the urgent need to take corrective actions. (last modified ).
Charles H. Halsted, M.D., Editor-in-Chief, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition,
E-mail response to Dr. Prescott's letter of 15 February 2006 requesting his support for national inquiries into the malnutrition of infant formula milk upon brain-behavioral development, which contributes to the development of the neurodissociative brain. Dr. Prescott's reply regrets his refusal to become involved in this national public health issue that affects the lives of millions of children. (last modified ).
James W. Prescott, Ph.D. letter to DHHS Secretary Michael O. Leavitt
Letter of February 15, 2006 alerting him to the letter sent to Dr. Halstead concerning