NCKU assessment finds ractopamine risk 'acceptable' for most people

08/30/2020 08:43 PM
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Taipei, Aug. 30 (CNA) A statistical study by Taiwanese researchers has concluded that eating some meats containing a potentially harmful veterinary drug posed a risk "within an acceptable range" for ordinary people, but cancer or heart disease risks were not assessed.


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