Mysterious Form of ‘Mad Cow Disease’ Emerges in The US : ScienceAlert

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US health officials have detected an atypical case of “mad cow disease” in a beef cow at a slaughter plant in the state of South Carolina, they announced Friday.

The US Department of Agriculture said in a statement that the animal “never entered slaughter channels and at no time presented a risk to the food supply…

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