“ There’s really no question; drinking raw milk makes us sick.”
Why use unscientific exaggerations to make your point? A real scientist would say:
“ There’s really no question; drinking raw milk may make us sick.”
Or, even more accurately:
“ Current research demonstrates that drinking raw milk may slightly elevate the already very small risk of making us sick.”
You lose all credibility and sound like yet another of Medium’s shills (see Kevin Folta) when you use obvious hyperbole to make your argument.