Please use pasteurized eggs; otherwise, have your affairs in order...
I've felt much less paranoid about raw eggs since I read this in my How to Cook Everything
"Recent statistics indicate that a small number of eggs (about one in ten thousand, or fewer may contain the salmonella bacteria. If this bacteria multiplies - unlikely in refrigerated, uncracked eggs - and you eat the egg raw or undercooked (as you would in many eggs cooked for breakfast), you might become ill, suffering intestinal problems that are as bad as the flu. The very young, very old, or those with compromised immune systems may have even worse problems and should avoid raw or undercooked eggs. But the general population should consider eggs safe, and eat them without fear, especially if they've been handled properly."
When I use raw eggs, I make sure they're uncracked, I wash them with soap, and sometimes even dip them for a few seconds in boiling water.