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Loath as I am to even appear to contradict Robert Cohen on anything (and
personally don't consume aspartame because I think it tastes awful), there
was a report by Christine Gorman in Time magazine ("A Web of Deceit", on 8
February, at least in Australia) that argued that the email campaign
against aspartame was wrong. I'd be curious in a response to that.