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News :: Education : Environment
Pig Dies Of Thirst At Hospital Complex In Akron Ohio
23 Feb 2013
pig dies of thirst
A pig has died of thirst at Akron's City Hospital, part of the Summa Hospital complex which at present includes Ohio hospitals:
Barberton Citizens Hospital, the former Green Cross Hospital of Cuyahoga Falls, and Robinson Hospital in Ravenna.

Dogs also are among the animals researched on at Summa. They sometimes jumped to their deaths when exercised on the roof. That exercise has stopped. Mammals are given laryngectomies, so that their cries, said former hospital
employee, James E Ritchey, coming through the ventilator shafts do not disturb patients. Since then Summa has put the animals in a secret locked facility.

Summa's hospital cafeterias do not meet standards for healthy food nor do they have adequate selections for vegetarians and vegans.

Their dental program for the poor involves no partial plates. Patients are pressured to have all their healthy teeth
removed for full dentures rather than partials.

Summa like many US hospitals has outrageously high prices. Feb 23, 2013
Pathogens in the flesh of pig cadavers
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23 Feb 2013
Pig flesh is correlated to cirrhosis of the liver mortality, liver cancer, and multiple sclerosis. Its fats
are saturated and correlated to strokes, heart attacks, and Alzheimer's. Processed pork has other toxins as well, from
living trichinella worms in their cyst cocoons to sodium nitrate food coloring, a carcinogen, combining with animal protein to make nitrosamines. In addition, there are many zoonotic diseases... transmitted to humans from infected pigs either through consuming their flesh, transplants of their organs, or medications such as heparin made with their organisms.