Are raw eggs in eggnog safe to consume?

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Question from Lisle: What do you think about eggnog — are raw eggs really that good for you?
Answers - Diana Dyer, M.S., R.D. I would turn that around — are they really that bad for you? I would not recommend eggnog or raw eggs at all if you're on chemo or radiation or whenever the immune system would be potentially repressed, from a food safety standpoint.

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