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Comment from: Linda Richert [Visitor]
My 16 year old son, Jonathan, has a traumatic brain injury and is in a Level 2 coma. He has been home for one month after being hospitalized for four months. He is otherwise in good health and is tube fed.

My question is this. With blood type O he can have goat cheese but not goat milk. Please tell me why that is as it is illogical to me and I need a dairy substitute for his home blended food but not soy. How can I get the answer to this question?
Thank you so much.
05/19/08 @ 14:06

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