Infectious Bacteria in Milk Survives Pasteurization

The Marshfield Clinic Laboratories found that milk sold in the United States is contaminated with an organism that has been implicated as a suspected cause of Crohn's disease--Mycobacterium avium subspecies Paratuberculosis (MAP). In a test of 702 samples from three of the five top milk-producing states, California, Minnesota, Wisconsin, at least 2.8 percent of the samples contained MAP that was alive and capable of multiplying despite pasteurization. So not only does pasteurization...

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