The above article are not doing anything to confirm raw meat is good, just saying that cooked meat is not so good.
From what I can see on a quick search, not many out there really want to delve into the science of the benefits of eating raw meat, as if it’s taboo.
Maybe part of the reason why that is, is because raw meat just isn't eatable, nor tasty in any way (at least from the chewing and taste perspective). At least that is my experience from having chewed on raw meat out of accident a couple of times. Once I ate somewhat raw duck meat, out of accident, and the taste of this was the most awful thing I ever experienced in my mouth. I'm not kidding. I literally couldn't get rid of this afoul taste for days afterwards and the sheer thinking about it activated the gag reflex. And mind you that I was never into veggy stuff and always liked to eat a lot of meat, so being in a veggy mindset certainly wasn't causing it. The meat in itself could have been bad of course, but I don't know if that was the case.
Also, as far as I remember when eating raw pork (or rather attempting to do so accidentally in the past) it is like chewing on hard slimy rubber, having always no possibility to chew anything of it into digestible pieces, unless you sit there for hours on end trying to break down a piece by chewing on it like crazy. On the other hand, things like smoked and salted meat are for the most part raw meat pieces that however get a lot more chewable and good tasting AFTER they have gone through the hanging, smoking and salting process.