Please help me with this by answering the following question in 400 words with references.
Pork Tapeworm in an Orthodox Jewish Community: Arriving at a Biologically Plausible Hypothesis
Let us imagine that a physician on the Board of Health for New York learned of this investigation and outcome and recommended that all Mexican housekeepers should be tested for T. solium in their stool. How would you respond to such a policy recommendation?
In a situation of this nature I do not believe that it would be appropriate for a physician on the board of health for New York to recommend that all Mexican housekeepers should be tested for T. solium in their stool. I don't believe such a policy recommendation would be fair to the individuals of Mexican descent that are housekeepers, due to the fact that there is no significant evidence that Mexican housekeepers are the sole carriers of T. solium or any other detrimental parasite. Even in a situation in which it was found that Mexican housekeepers had a larger percentage of carriers of a particular parasite or disease, it would still be unethical to subjugate all of the individuals of this group to ...