Trichinosis Center

Trichinosis is a food-borne disease caused by ingesting parasites (roundworms) in undercooked pork or wild-game meat. Symptoms of trichinosis include:

Trichinosis usually resolves without treatment, but more severe cases are treated with: Read more: Trichinosis Article

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