Unpasteurized milk and unpasteurized (raw) milk
products should not be consumed to prevent milk-borne infections,
Source of Article: http://www.marlerblog.com/
Eating fresh cheese at a fair in
An investigation by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment and the local health department determined the source and extent of the outbreak. Eating fresh cheese at the fair was the only exposure associated with illness. Although all samples of cheese tested negative for Campylobacter, results of the epidemiologic investigation found an association between illness and consumption of fresh cheese made from unpasteurized milk, the report added.
Unpasteurized milk and milk products should not be consumed, especially among populations at high risk of infection complications -- the young, pregnant, elderly and immunocompromised.
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