And it comes down to the smell of ‘boar taint.’
They pose a threat to livestock that's long been ignored.
The science behind the world’s deadliest swine disease.
Researchers developed a sensor to detect blood in the stomach.
Even if they're not quite ready for human patients.
Putting all our options on the table.
No meat was contaminated, but the rare gene could easily spread
And they would contain at least ten times more edited genes than any other animal yet
Also for medical research
Pigs are good for more than just bacon
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