More Shellfish Testing Positive for PSP

Alexandra Gutierrez, KUCB – Unalaska

In Southwest Alaska, clams and mussels are testing positive for the paralytic shellfish poisoning toxin and at unusually high levels. The news is creating anxiety in the region, especially given events earlier in the summer when two people in Southeast Alaska died of PSP and three other cases were reported.

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