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If childhood disability is regarded as a Cinderella specialty, then feeding the child with a disability is likely to be the Mother of all Cinderellas. This book is, therefore, long overdue. Edited by Peter Sullivan, a gastroenterologist from Oxford, it aims to provide a framework for multidisciplinary assessment and management of feeding and nutritional problems in neurodisabled children. The eight UK-based contributors cover the full range of professionals in the multidisciplinary team. The focus is mainly …
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