Human Campylobacter infection associated with certified raw milk.

Between May 27 and June 18, 1981, 50 individuals in 30 households in suburban Atlanta, Georgia, had a gastrointestinal illness caused by Campylobacter jejuni. Epidemiologic evidence strongly associated consumption of unpasteurized milk with illness. A culture survey confirmed fecal carriage of C. jejuni by cows in the implicated dairy and in a control dairy… CONTINUE READING