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“Trichinosis is a disease whereby a person eats meat which contains thousands of small parasitic worms.”
“Last Friday, an op-ed hit the pages of the New York Times written by James McWilliams ( "Free Range Trichinosis") purporting that free-range pork was more likely to be contaminated with the deadly parasite trichonosis than its industrially sardined and antibiotic-overdosed cousin.”
“Made with powdered milk, of course – “Trichinosis” her mother told them as if they knew what that was – but real chocolate, shaved from bricks dark and bitter, cocoa so strong that when she dipped torn rolls into it, she could not say whether she was softening the crust or mellowing the pungent chocolate.”
“Among the parasitic diseases caused by worms are Hookworms, Elephantiasis, and Trichinosis.”
““Trichinosis” is caused by the “Trichina”, a worm found in raw or incompletely cooked pork.”
“Trichinosis, bacteria, etc. See one Dr. Morton Linder's neat precis in a letter to the editor here.”
“Once you evaluate the actual threat and the available solutions you can also just freeze pork for three days at -4°F as long as the pieces are smaller than 6 inches thick, probably the real reason only 12 Americans a year are affected by Trichinosis, apply this knowledge to your decisions.”
“The base reason for this is a type of roundworm called Trichina worm, which can live in pork and causes a parasitic disease in humans called Trichinosis.”
“Trichinosis Trichinosis is a disease caused by infection with the cysts of a small parasitic worm, Trichina spiralis.”
“- Trichinosis Child and adult: 50 mg/kg/d divided in 3 doses”
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