The Nation

An outbreak of illness caused by too much thyroid hormone has been traced to hamburger that contained pieces of thyroid gland that was inadvertently mixed with the meat, a study concluded. Doctors from the Minnesota Department of Health, reporting in the New England Journal of Medicine, linked the outbreak to a single slaughterhouse that used neck meat in its hamburger.

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