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Milk is one of the most important of human foods and also one most liable to contamination between the producer and the user. Hence the complexity of the question as to a pure milk supply and the special interest to the profession of a recent report that has just been given out, by a commission of New York physicians, of which Dr. Henry Dwight Chapin is the head. The method adopted was to establish a bacterial standard of marketable milk, making the bacterial contents per cubic centimeter the index of purity. The leading milk-dealers were invited to co-operate and some of them have apparently aided materially in the investigation, adopting the suggestions made by the commission and showing generally a readiness to carry out what measures were necessary. The need of such was made sufficiently evident by the first test of milk taken directly from the dealers on
MILK SUPPLY IN NEW YORK. JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(16):1042–1043. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470420030010
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