Using a baby's death to further your cause, that's a bit low even by your standards.
What "cause" might that be, knight? Perhaps you are confused.
In any case, this report contradicts that one, as does the account of the baby's doctor who examined her shortly before her death, saying that he "..found her in perfect health".http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/ap ... -convicted
Found her in perfect heath, eh? Is that why she died?
If the parents had taken her to the hospital for a simple course of antibiotics, instead of trying to treat her with 'clay compresses', she'd still be alive today.
Oh, sorry, did you say something about perfect health?
ALL pregnant women are advised to take supplements i.e. folic acid and vitamin D. (And in the UK and I believe France as well they are advised NOT to take vitamin A supplements.)
Alright fine, the kid died because the parents decided to reject science. If you think that is a successful deflection from your championing of a cause that also rejects science, you are wrong.