Trichenellosis from pork occurs in about about 5 people per year since the 1980's in the US. it has a 0.2% mortality rate there. We can say that 1 American/ 1 European dies from pig meat every 20 years. That's a fair concession. Worldwide the death rate is in the 100ds per year from pork, compared to 3 million who die from the fat in beef and chicken and lamb and excess sugars, and 1.35 million attributed to cars.
The other pork parasites are less dangerous and have less than a 90 cases per year in the USA, mostly people coming from epidemic areas. https://www.oie.int/doc/ged/d9157.pdf
Beef can transmit tuberculosis, E-Coli, BSE/CJD and sarcosystosis. E-Coli from unsanitized beef kills many times more people than pork born diseases, i.e. 100 times more people in the US die from E coli from beef, it is one of the main vectors and a lot more difficult to control than via pork. E-Coli is uncommon from pork. Worldwide many thousands of people die of E-Coli from beef every year.
There were an estimated 147 000 new cases of zoonotic tuberculosis and some 12 500 people died of the disease in 2016. Beef are the main causal agent. All animals have tape worms and other worms.
Beef, Lamb, Pork, chicken, and milk all increase the risk of heart attacks and strokes because animal fat can increase cholesterol dramatically, and eating beef from one region can make you more susceptible to heart attacks than pork from another region, because the fat content can vary a lot. Far more people die of heart attacks than animal parasites these days, about 1 million times more rich people die from animal fat and sugar related disease than from pork parasites.
No pork parasites are counted on this list of parasite deaths, globally it's perhaps 50-350 per year.
About 99.999 percent of people that die from meat, die from the fat and other high sugar diets, and it doesn't matter if it's pork or beef. (source WHO)... 5 million people die every year from tobacco, and 2.5 million die every year from Alcohol, especially in very poor countries.
The income levels of people that die from parasites and alcohol are very low, something like 99.9% of parasite deaths are poor people and 90% of alcohol deaths.
So you can concede that alcohol kills many poor people, but that animal parasites from pigs kill 10,000 times less people than alcohol. Pork kills a million times less people in the west than cars or fatty foods.
There are three important parasites found in pigs which pose
a risk to humans who ingest raw or undercooked pork
products. These parasites are Trichinella spiralis, a nematode
or roundworm, Taenia solium, a tapeworm, and Toxoplasma