Daniel Hey, BA (Hons) English Literature (2013), First Class
"For me, studying English at Salford was a challenging, enlightening, and rewarding experience. Having the opportunity to work with friendly, engaging, and knowledgeable tutors across a range of exciting and unique modules was pivotal to my success at undergraduate level. Coming into higher education from twelve years of working in the private sector, I managed to graduate with a high-scoring first class degree. The fact that I was able to achieve so highly under the tutelage of Salford’s English department staff is no coincidence."
Responding to public interest, the marketing of A2 milk, and the scientific evidence that had been published, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) reviewed the scientific literature and published a review in 2009 that found no relationship between chronic diseases and drinking milk with the A1 protein.  An independent review published in 2005 also found no relationship between drinking A1 or A2 milk and chronic diseases.  Both studies emphasized the dangers of drawing conclusions from correlations identified in epidemiological studies and the dangers of not reviewing all the evidence at hand .