From the No to 1080 in NZ Facebook page (posted today): The International Society for Infectious Diseases asked on 18 November for clarification because this is unlikely to be botulism. A number of medical professionals have contacted us within NZ and stated that this family cannot have contracted botulism because of the timing of […]

via Update on the Waikato family poisoned by wild boar meat, and the anomalies surrounding the official diagnosis — Rangitikei Enviromental Health Watch