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(Studio: Katie Couric) The government’s claim about how wheat gluten tainted with melamine got into the US from China noted.
(Washington: Nancy Cordes) A possible explanation as to why pet food became deadly reviewed; details given about a Canadian experiment involving mixing melamine and cyanuric acid. [University of Guelph Perry MARTOS- likens the reaction to an instantaneous kidney stone.] [American Veterinary Assn. Dr. Kimberly MAY- suggests a possible treatment.] Senate approval of a bill to improve pet food safety noted.
- Couric, Katie;
- Cordes, Nancy
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