Edit: knew I forgot a bit.
There was a moment in the discussion, when we talked about risk, when I stated that the risk was not limited to poorer countries. That modern countries also had a problem. In the USA, for instance, twice as many formula fed babies dies as breastfed ones, in the first six weeks. It's a tiny tiny number, 2 per thousand, rather than 1 per thousand, but if you are the mother of that one baby in a thousand, it's a terrible thing. So I said that CLEARLY to the very nice and very coherent person interviewing me. Who was, in fact, as I've said, was lovely: very professional and extremely coherent and intelligent. Just to clarify on those figures 'tho, I did say it wrong, on the phone. It's 2 more babies per thousand, that die for formula feeding, in the first few weeks of life, than ones breastfed. It's 2 per thousand for breastfed, and 4 per thousand for formula fed. Reference end edit