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Mad Cow Disease: Improvements in the Animal Feed Ban & Other Regulatory Areas Would Strengthen U.S. Prevention Efforts
Mad Cow Disease: Improvements in the Animal Feed Ban & Other Regulatory Areas Would Strengthen U.S. Prevention Efforts
 
Our Price: $25.00
Year: 2002
Pages: 59
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756724589

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Lawrence J. Dyckman & Erin Lansburgh. Mad cow disease (BSE), is an always fatal, neuro-degenerative disease that has been found in many countries. Cattle contract the disease through animal feed (AF) that contains protein derived from the remains of diseased animals. The USDA & the FDA have primary responsibility for preventing the introduction of BSE-contaminated products into the U.S. & the spread of the disease. This report: assesses the effective. of Fed. actions to prevent BSE & ensure compliance with the AF ban; assesses the potential econ. impacts & health risks if BSE were to be found in U.S. cattle; & compares U.S. actions with actions taken in other countries to prevent the emergence or spread of BSE. Tables.

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