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May 2012

A 24-year-old vegetarian has been diagnosed with Cruetzfeld-Jacob disease. Scientists fear that milk and cheese may be the source of infection. - London Times, August 23, 1997

The June, 2012 issue of Zoonoses and Public Health contains a study in which the infectious particle responsible for Mad Cow Disease, called a PRION, was tested for its survivability in the bovine gut.

Scientists have determined that the crystal-like Prion particles survive digestive processes in a cow's four-chambered stomach. Got cow fertilizer? Use gloves when gardening and scrub your home-grown veggies!

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