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Waikato family treated for botulism after eating wild boar


Newshub - Nov 17, 2017
Newshub has learned three people from the same family, who were suddenly struck with paralysis, are being treated for suspected botulism. Waikato Hospital doctors have told family friends they're sure the patients are suffering from botulism, but areĀ ...
 

Waikato trio hospitalised after eating wild boar being treated for botulism


TVNZ - Nov 17, 2017
The Waikato family who have been hospitalised after possibly eating wild boar last week are being treated for botulism. Joji Varghese, a family spokesperson for Shibu Kochummen his wife and mother, has told 1 NEWS they've been treated for botulism.
 

John the champion roping horse recovers from botulism with help from UC Davis


dvm360 - Nov 14, 2017
Just before they were set to compete, however, John contracted botulism, so Parker raced him to the University of California, Davis, veterinary hospital to try to save his life, according to a university release. Botulism had killed one of John's ...
 

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All About Botulism: Protect your family


Poisoning and paralysis by deadly botulinum toxin, caused by Clostridium botulinum, is explained, including signs and symptoms. Learn what to avoid and how ...
 

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Peaches with Botulism


If you want to see some bad Peaches that never trully sealed then here you go. Peaches with botulism.
 

BOTULISM Symptoms and Treatments


Botulism (Latin, botulus, a sausage[1]) is a rare and potentially fatal illness caused by a toxin produced by the bacterium Clostridium botulinum. The disease ...