Another doctor recognized problems caused by milk and provided short descriptions for 32 of the many studies he had analyzed.
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I have to admit that I find the book "Milk Better Not!", by Maria Rollinger more comprehensive and better suited for Europe. A link to my review of this book can be found here. Nevertheless, this book by Prof. Dr. Frank Aram Oski (1932-1996) informs you about other important aspects on this subject. As a pediatrician and hematologist, he headed the Pediatrics Department of the State University of New York and later at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
With all of his works and experiences, Dr. Oski became THE voice regarding diseases, nutrition and hygiene of children in the U.S.
But that wasn’t all, he was also an expert on the diet of adults. He published this book shortly before his untimely death from prostate cancer. His insight regarding milk came too late for him but his research is amazingly extensive.
He calls it “frightening facts about the world's most overrated nutrient.” I have therefore also linked the listed scientific works with the summary (abstract) as much possible at the end of this review.