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Food Safety and Biomedical Research

  • Aired: 03/22/2012
  • 28:58
  • Rating: TV-G
More than a quarter million Americans get sick from E. coli each year. How safe is our nation’s food system? Carolyn Hovde Bohach is a microbiologist who specializes in studying E. coli and food safety. This week on Dialogue, host Joan Cartan-Hansen talks with Bohach about her research, its impact on the cattle industry and ways to prevent E. coli outbreaks.
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