Monday, October 25


"A man has been hospitalized in Dublin with what was believed to be the first human case of mad cow disease to originate in Ireland. The man probably contracted the illness -- variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, or vCJD -- by eating contaminated beef in Ireland, the Sunday Times of London reported. Health officials confirmed Saturday that the patient had never had a blood transfusion or surgery, meaning infected meat is the likely source." This next quote from "Professor William Hall" is interesting, because it sounds like something we're gonna hear one of our US experts say here soon: "This is a difficult time and I don't want to sound glib," Hall said. "However, we were expecting at least one case of vCJD based on calculated estimates."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

But it just tastes so God Damn Good!!!!!!!!!

Just kidding.