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Pig Bacteria

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NPR's Richard Harris reports genetically engineered bacteria that could be fatal to pigs is missing from a laboratory at Michigan State University. Federal investigators say the germs are harmless to humans, but it could devastate the U.S. pork industry if multiplied and released.

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