Pig meat contains MRSA superbug

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Guardian article:

http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/jun/18/mrsa-superbug-in-supermarket-pork-raises-alarm-farming-risks

 

epidemic out of control- read for yourself, animal MRSA can jump species LA-MRSA CC398 – main victims are those who work with pigs and it can be passed by shaking hands and is resistant to many antibiotics. Apparently society wants cheap meat and cheap milk. No, the supermarkets want these things to draw in customers so they, and the misrepresenting media, are responsible for these problems. The public don’t want anything of the like.

 

 

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