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Ministry Of Health Experts To Test The Level Of Estrogen In Many Diary Products

September 26, 2010: 10:14 PM EST

To further examine the level of estrogen in diary products, the Ministry of Health will be conducting another examination in Beijing and Shanghai using not only manufactured diary products but breast milk as well. The Chinese CDC also formed a team of experts from the area of food safety, pediatric, and women’s health to discuss results from a previous examination in Wuhan, which they say was performed meticulously. The experts are not yet sure if the dairy powder caused an elevated estrogen level in the children who participated in the Wuhan examination. Ministry of Health resources say that the results of the recent test can be obtained in about two or three days, but they are not sure how they will be announced to the public. 

"卫生部专家称将检测多个品牌乳品雌激素水平", Zhong Jin Online, September 26, 2010
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