Human form of ‘mad cow’ disease detectable in skin: study

/ 05:46 PM November 23, 2017

A picture taken in March, 1996 shows a deserted meat market in London after Britain was hit by a major outbreak of CJD that led to a worldwide embargo on its beef. Image:Johnny EggittAFP/File

TOPICS: casual contact, CJD, Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, fatal disease, human skin, mad cow disease, prions
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