Campylobacter from Raw Milk Produced Dairy Farm in MN

Minnesota attorney Fred Pritzker and his Bad Bug Law Firm are investigating a Campylobacter jejuni outbreak linked to raw milk produced at the Dennis Jaloszyski dairy farm in Cambridge, MN.  Three people have laboratory confirmed cases of Campylobacter infection, and three people have suspected cases of the illness, according to epidemiologists with the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH).

The illnesses were reported to MDH by health care providers as required under Minnesota law. When MDH contacted the individuals to inquire about potential causes of their illnesses, the ill people reported that they had consumed raw milk from the Jaloszynski farm.

“We’re concerned that people may be continuing to get sick after consuming products from this farm,” said Trisha Robinson, a foodborne illness epidemiologist with MDH.
Drinking raw milk or eating products made from raw milk can expose you to a variety of pathogens, including Campylobacter, E. coli and Salmonella. All of these pathogens can cause serious injury and death. We represented a man who was paralyzed after drinking raw milk. He had developed an illness called Guillain-Barré syndrome.

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