Two Cases in U.S raise alarm of an unusual strain of Mad Cow Disease.

by Medindia Content Team on  June 12, 2006 at 3:28 PM General Health News
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Two Cases in U.S raise alarm of an unusual strain of Mad Cow Disease.
Washington: Two cases of a different and rather intriguing strain of mad cow disease has been detected in Texas and Alabama, and this has led researchers to believe that this disease could affect the cattle without any prior warning.

The underlying differences between the mad cow epidemic and the two U.S. cases are intriguing researchers who are unable to place a finger on the type of brain disorder. Remedial measures and available treatment is being meted out to contain the disease.


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