What are the risks? In Harvard based studies women with high levels of
IGF-1 are seven times more likely to have breast cancer compared to normal
levels of IGF-! and men are for times as likely to have prostrate cancer.
The connection between these cancers and rbgh is that higher levels of rbgh
produce higher levels of IGF-1 in milk. The rbgh/IGF1 issue is not a
settled question at this time so the cost could be quite dear. So it
depends on the risk you want to take and what you want to pay to eliminate
that risk but you should consider all the costs. With full cost accounting
much of what we consider cheap or inexpensive is not so inexpensive.
There is absolutely no reason that anyone would want to have rbgh in their
milk. It does not enhance quality and it comes with the above baggage.
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