The media and mad cow disease
The Media and Mad Cow Disease
Mad cow disease or Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy is a disease that was most commonly found in sheep until it started to affect cows, then people. At least that's what the media told us. Scientists like Joe Gibbs of the National Institute of Neurology in Bethesda, MD-on the other hand-are saying meat itself only carries a "minimal" risk of infection, and milk and dairy products are safe.
Now for a little history on Mad Cow Disease: It was a disease that was typical in sheep for hundreds of years (Scrapie) and then it crossed the species border and appe…
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