"Pork is not more dangerous to your health than beef," --Derek Leman
"Animals that chew their cud are known as ruminants....By having these four chambers, ruminants are able to eliminate bacteria, toxins, parasites, and other vermin that might otherwise end up as part of the animal's flesh," pg. 13, ibid.
"I disagree [that pork is safe to eat]. Pigs eat enormous amounts of food, and this dilutes the hydrochloric acid in a pig's stomach. This in turn allows toxins, viruses, parasites, and bacteria to be absorbed into the animal's flesh,"
"...swine are also extremely filthy animals. They will eat garbage, feces, and even decaying flesh. Pigs readily harbor parasites including Trichinella, the pork tapeworm, and toxoplasmosis....Aside from the diseases routinely carried by swine, pork is also a very fatty meat. The toxins in pork are held especially in the fat..."