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is pork more likely to have worm than beef? Case study I (Chungcheongnam-do, Korea) From November 2009 to April 2010, a total of 241 fecal samples of pigs and beef cattle (136 and 105, respectively) were examined by direct smear and centrifugal sedimentation methods. The overall positive rates of intestinal parasites among pigs and beef cattle were 73.5% ...


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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 ...


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