As an individual that eats virtual anything considered to be nutritionally healthy, pork meat is not excluded from the meats I eat. I would only abstain from it if it's fried, because I know how unhealthy the retention of trans fats in it during the process of frying it could be sabotaging to my health. For this very reason, plus other unhygienic grounds like it not properly cooked, would deter me from consuming pork meat.
Apart from the effects fried pork meat could have on one's body, the improper cooking of it happens to the most dangerous to one's health, as it could cause development of tapeworm in the small intestine. Tapeworm in the intestine leads to the dependent of it on the food we eat, and if it doesn't get any food to feed on, it would turn on one's intestinal walls, which would definitely lead to anaemia over time.
Personally, I love pork meat because of the nutritional benefits it offers its eater. Thus, I never allowed myself to be prevented from eating it, eventhough all the stories surrounding it. All I do before eating it is to ensure it's properly cooked, so that the tapeworm in it would die. And I also ensure I avoid the fried one because of the unwholesomeness of the greasy nature it has after frying it.