I'm not following the math in that article. It doesn't say anywhere that raw milk drinkers are more likely to suffer food borne illnesses than pasteurized milk drinkers. Actually, I'm not convinced Minnesota health officials are saying anything useful at all.
I don't drink raw milk and I'm pretty certain I've suffered a number of transient food borne illnesses after eating in restaurants. I'd like to see the numbers on that.
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