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Mad Cow Disease: FDA’s Management of the Feed Ban Has Improved, but Oversight Weaknesses Continue to Limit Program Effectiveness
Robert A. Robinson (au)
More than 5 million cattle across Europe have been killed to stop the spread of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), commonly called mad cow disease. Found in 26 countries, including Canada & the U.S., BSE is believed to spread through animal feed that contains protein from BSE-infected animals. Consuming meat from infected cattle has also been linked to the deaths of about 150 people worldwide. In 1997, the FDA issued a feed-ban rule prohibiting certain animal protein (prohibited material) in feed for cattle & other ruminant animals. FDA & 38 states inspect firms in the feed industry to enforce this critical firewall against BSE. This report looks at FDA’s efforts to ensure industry compliance with the feed ban & protect U.S. cattle. Illus.
Gates of the Alamo
Anti-Depressant Survival Program: How to Beat the Side Effects & Enhance the Benefits of Your Medication
Lamborghini: Supercar Supreme
Asia Rising: Why America Will Prosper as Asia’s Economies Boom
History of the New York Central System
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