> > MICRO-ORGANISMS IN MILK CAUSE CROHN'S DISEASE
> > For full text and graphics visit:
> > http://ens.lycos.com/ens/jan2000/2000L-01-27-01.html
Donna Fezler wrote:
> This is scientific garbage. If this were true then Crohn's would be more
> common than allergies or the common cold in the UK.
I decided to go read that article in full. It said that the
mycobacterium was present EVEN IN PASTEURIZED MILK. It then follows
with the remarkable "conclusion" that therefore it is a bad idea to
allow the sale of unpasteurized milk, due to the risk of spreading
Crohn's disease! Did I misunderstand what it said, or is there indeed
some dicontinuity of reason here? I must wonder how it is possible that
mutual contradictions can exist in one mind. My current hypothesis it
that they cannot persist if the mind is functioning properly.
> The truth is closer to this: the weakened immune system and the altered
> biochemistry of the gut of people with Crohn's disease provides a perfect
> environment for the growth of the mycobacterium. Presence does not connote
OOOh, but that interpretation implies that we are faced with an
ecological problem, which might not be solved by the totalitarian
solutions favored by certain factions. How could you say such a thing?
btw, the ENS has not ever impressed me as a good source of information.
I certainbly hope they will not consider the problem solved, and will
continue to research this terrible disease.
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