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post #21 of 25
"The wonderful bond you create with your baby when you breastfeed is like no other. And experts agree that breast milk is ideal for your infant. Yet, breast problems after breastfeeding are common, ranging from uneven breasts to misshapen breasts."

I'm floored!
post #22 of 25
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Originally Posted by Mamanoley View Post
"The wonderful bond you create with your baby when you breastfeed is like no other. And experts agree that breast milk is ideal for your infant. Yet, breast problems after breastfeeding are common, ranging from uneven breasts to misshapen breasts."

I'm floored!

that's not much of a "range" of problems. They pretty much stated the same problem twice!
post #23 of 25
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Originally Posted by Toolip View Post
that's not much of a "range" of problems. They pretty much stated the same problem twice!

Hee hee...
post #24 of 25
My Yelp review was removed because it contained "second-hand information." I'd argue that we have first-hand information, since she's published this information publicly -- and I think it's reasonable to believe that she'd tell her patients the same thing in private as she counsels the thousands (or more) who visit WebMD. Anyway, I got two private messages flaming me for the review and I'm sure that led to the flag and removal. (One called me a "loser" for "slandering" the doctor, and the other was just anti-breastfeeding.)

It was the exact same text (I just copied & pasted) as the Insider Pages review: http://www.insiderpages.com/b/544319...-san-francisco
post #25 of 25
Well, to be fair, I think Yelp is supposed to be specifically for actual, firsthand patients/clients to share information. Don't get me wrong, this piece of writing infuriates me deeply; I think this doctor is beyond unethical, not to mention just plain INCORRECT; and I'm pissed that WebMD perpetuates misinformation on behalf of formula companies. But I can also understand why that isn't appropriate for Yelp.
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