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Why raw milk outbreaks repeat themselves

A steady increase in demand for unpasteurized milk in the United States in recent years, and the resulting outbreaks linked to pathogens in the raw product, continue to pose problems for the regulatory authorities. Compliance with regulations and increased producer awareness after an outbreak are "insufficient to prevent future outbreaks" of illnesses from unpasteurized milk, according to the investigators of a recent outbreak of campylobacteriosis linked to a raw milk producer in Pennsylvania.



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