Entrails - Poem by Saiom Shriver
They were cooking pig entrails
In tracing the pig flesh disease trail
one finds this dish tapeworms entails.
In several countries eaten are
the pig's ears, snout, cheeks
feet and tails.
For most pigs there are only
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pig flesh consumption.
Cancer caused by a tapeworm
Tapeworms in the flesh of cows and pigs
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