38 people now confirmed sick from drinking raw milk

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Health authorities are still assessing the number of people sickened from drinking raw milk from a Pennsylvania dairy outlet.

On Friday, the Pennsylvania Department of Health reported the number had reached 38. Officials from that agency are expected to announce today whether any more people have been affected.

The agencies have focused their attention on raw milk sold at The Family Cow in Chambersburg Pa.

Among the confirmed cases, most of the people live in Pennsylvania, while a few live in Maryland, West Virginia and New Jersey.

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NY  |  February, 06, 2012 at 02:07 PM

The two owners don't seem to have gotten sick. Our state inspector said farmers seldom get sick from their own milk. She said that's one reason the raw milk issue is so misunderstood


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