MERS Virus Found in Camel’s Milk.

The virus that causes Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) has been found in camel milk. Scientists don’t know whether infected milk can sicken people, but experts say the results are reason enough to warn against drinking raw camel milk, a widespread tradition in the Middle East. The Qatari government has already issued new guidelines recommending that milk be boiled before consumption.

Read the full article in Science AAAS News by Martin Enserink He is a contributing news editor and writer based in Amsterdam 

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