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    The "<a href="http://abcnews.go.com/Health/w_ParentingResource/breast-milk-baby-coming-us-market/story?id=14097038">Breast Milk Baby</a>" has been the cause of outrage for some parents, who claim that the doll is age inappropriate. But makers of the doll claim that the doll, which simulates breastfeeding, allows children to experience the "magic of motherhood." The range of six dolls are available in both sexes and a range of different ethnicities, retailing for $89 each. It will be sold in the U.S. later this month.
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    The scantily-clad werewolf doll "Clawdeen," part of Mattel's bestselling line of Monster High dolls, says in her bio, "My hair is worthy of a shampoo commercial, and that's just what grows on my legs. Plucking and shaving is definitely a full-time job but that's a small price to pay for being scarily fabulous."
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    The Kimmie Cares doll is designed to help children adjust to their moms' changes in appearance during chemotherapy. The dolls were designed by Kim Goebels, who died from breast cancer in 2004.
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    An edgy line of Russian Mooqla dolls are not exactly Barbie-like. Moscow artist Polina Voloshina created Mooqla dolls, a series of handmade silicone encased plastic dolls dressed in cutting edge fashion. Prices start around $350 for the dolls, with additional outfits starting at $79.
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    The pregnant Midge doll was first introduced in 1963. Midge was marketed as Barbie's best friend. The doll was pulled off of some retailer shelves in 2002 when a version of Midge, pregnant with her second child was released. "It was just that customers had a concern about having a pregnant doll," Wal-Mart spokeswoman Cynthia Illick told USA Today.
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    Various versions of "Down Syndrome" dolls have been released over the years. The dolls reflect many of the same developmental features brought about by the genetic condition. The dolls have been both well-received by some, and criticized by others.
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    The original Cabbage Patch Kids' "Preemie doll" debuted in 1983. The boy doll light was dressed in a blue outfit with a sailboat stitched on the bottom left corner.
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