Here is an article titled "4 People Dead After Drinking Listeria-Laden Pasteurized Milk From Massachusetts". Very interesting that it even made the news!<br><br><br><a href="http://www.marlerblog.com/2008/01/articles/legal-cases/4-people-dead-after-drinking-listerialaden-pasteurized-milk-from-massachusetts/" target="_blank">http://www.marlerblog.com/2008/01/ar...massachusetts/</a>
Go to <a href="http://www.rawmilk.org/" target="_blank">rawmilk.org</a> and click on "Report In Favor Of Raw Milk, with Summary, Executive Summary and Exhibits" on the left side of the page.<br><br>
It is the Executive Summary, Summary of and Supplemental Report In Favor Of Raw Milk which were the documents that were ultimately responsible for changing the Los Angeles County law that allowed Grade A raw milk.
Check out Chapter 15 of Ron Schmid's <span style="text-decoration:underline;">The Untold Story of Milk</span> available online for free <a href="http://pdf" target="_blank"></a><a href="http://www.newtrendspublishing.com/USOMilk/Chapter15.pdf" target="_blank">here</a>.<br><br>
Also, if you can get ahold of articles through PubMD at your library, check this one out:<br><br>
M. J. Blaser; E. Sazie; L. P. Williams Jr<br>
The influence of immunity on raw milk--associated Campylobacter infection<br>
JAMA 257: 43-46.<br><br>
Basically, a group of college students in Oregon went and drank a bunch of raw milk. 88% of the first time drinkers got pretty ill. Those who drank no milk were fine. Those who drank the milk and had also been drinking raw milk chronically were fine! They were then given blood tests and it was discovered that those who drank raw milk regularly had increased levels of certain antibodies that may have protected them.