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Man Fights To Stay Alive After One Bite of Bad Food [VIDEO]

This man is struggling to stay alive from a condition so rare, they contacted the Department of Homeland Security. His wife says that basically one bit of bad food destroyed their lives and nearly cost this man his life. The rare illness is caused by eating food containing the toxic bacteria botulinum. Moving your body and the simple acts of swallowing, blinking, and breathing becomes impossible.  This case is so rare that it affects less than 150 people each year in the United states. For more on this story and for ways to prevent this illness, check out the video below.
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