Re: BST Safe?
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Now that you ask, this sounds like yet one more "policy statement" that is
made on the basis of a generalized belief system, rather than a clinical
trial with a control group. Sometimes people who wear white coats feel that
they can get away with this for a while.
It was long thought that DNA does not survive in the gut, yet empirical
studies and computer simulations have shown otherwise.
In a message dated 5/12/1999 5:07:50 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
12 May 1999
BST is safe, says expert
BOVINE somatotrophin, which is used by US farmers to boost milk yields in
their cows, presents no problems for humans, writes an endocrinologist in The
Stephen Nussey, of St George's Hospital Medical School, London, claims
humans will digest bovine somatotrophin in cattle milk or meat in the same
way as other beef proteins.
It will be digested to inactive fragments, he writes. >>