I you want a completely biased account
check out www.westonaprice.org
There you will find many accounts of how the opposite it true. That raw milk isn't any riskier than any other food (in fact, the regulations in procuring raw milk are so strict that it is cleaner in most cases), including pasteurized milk. I think that the beneficial qualities of raw milk FAR outway the risk (I mean, you don't have dieticians telling you to avoid uncooked spinach altogether and passing laws making it illegal, yet, we all have seen that even it isn't without risk, and is actually a higher risk).
Plus, imo, if pasteurized milk does have benefits, it doesn't matter if ds won't drink it, yk? The fact that he will drink the raw definitely ups the anty in favor of benefits outweighing risks, imo.
If you can find low heat pasteurized, non-homogonized milk (often called creamline), that is a decent alternative, but I don't think we would drink milk if the standard ultra-heat pasteurized, homogonized milk were our only option. To me, the risks of IT outweigh the benefits!