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A cost benefit study of milk-borne salmonellosis

  • D. R. Cohen (a1), I. A. Porter (a2), T. M. S. Reid (a2), J. C. M. Sharp (a3), G. I. Forbes (a4) and G. M. Paterson (a5)...

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An estimate of the benefits which would result from a ban on the sale of non-pasteurized milk in Scotland has been assessed by costing a recent outbreak of milk-borne salmonellosis in the Grampian Region.

The cost of such a ban would not exceed the benefits under any but the most severe assumptions about the values attached to intangible benefits

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A cost benefit study of milk-borne salmonellosis

  • D. R. Cohen (a1), I. A. Porter (a2), T. M. S. Reid (a2), J. C. M. Sharp (a3), G. I. Forbes (a4) and G. M. Paterson (a5)...

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