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Two People Dead In California From Mad Cow Disease
Two rare cases of fatal brain illness linked to mad cow disease diagnosed in Marin County
By Richard Halstead, Marin Independent Journal, Posted: 02/08/2012
http://www.marinij.com/sanrafael/ci_19923357
Additional to the news article My R&D follows >
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) of which is sometimes mistakenly referred to as mad cow disease is a dementia, related to Alzheimer's disease. Though the CDC says that it is "rare".

If you doubt me and trust everything that the government tells you, try this
Google Search terms; "Creutzfeldt-Jakob Alzheimer's disease"

Not to worry, just about that though. The documentary Under Our Skin that is about
Lyme Disease being caused by an infectious agent also had some research featured.

The Borrelia Infection (that is found with Lyme Disease) was also found in at least 70%
of Alzheimer's disease and was well discussed in the documentary Under Our Skin
www.underourskin.com/So Creutzfeldt-Jakob is not the only concern with Alzheimer's disease.
The expert on the Alzheimer's and Lyme Disease connection is
lan Macdonald MD website: http://www.molecularalzheimer.org.

Now back to the Mad Cow of Creutzfeldt-Jakob aka Wasting Syndrome
(Elk, deer, squirrels and other wild life):

You might want to connect these story dots 2 get the real idea: Many news stories from the mid 1990's on are cited at the various following links:

Do not hunt in areas where Chronic Wasting Disease [mad elk disease] is
Deer and Elk Situation
Includes "common sense recommendations" and numerous news stories of wild game with a "wasting syndrome" believed caused by Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease of which is sometimes mistakenly referred to as mad cow disease. at
http://cyber-dyne.com/~tom/hunter.html

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Mad Squirrel Disease
Article By Charles Wolfe Associated Press Writer Copyright 1997
www.greysquirrel.net/brain.html
Squirrels, brains unsafe, mad cow, disease. FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP)
aka Curse of the Squirrel

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Elk, deer, mink, rodents and other wild animals are known to develop variants of mad cow disease
http://www.mad-cow.org/~tom/victim23.html
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Wow, I haven't heard about mad cow in years. I thought it was under control. Out of sight, out of mind.