Wednesday, February 15, 2012

New Supplement from Deer Antler Velvet, CWD, and CJD there from ?

New Supplement from Deer Antler Velvet, CWD, and CJD there from ?




New Supplement from Deer Antler Velvet



New Deer Antler Velvet Extract Changes the World of Supplements



Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) February 15, 2012


Nutritional supplements play a vital role in training and recovery for athletes. There is a wide range of supplements on the market that help people get in shape whether they are working out at the gym or training for a big event. Speed and performance are the most important aspects of supplements for exercise and Deer Antler Spray has what athletes need.


Many people go to the gym looking to build muscle and improve their physical fitness. Agility and muscle tone can be greatly improved with the proper supplements at work in the body. Exercise can cause damage to muscle tissue which is what makes recovery such a vital step in the process. Lengthy workouts cause soreness in the muscles and the unique formula in the Deer Antler Velvet Extract helps speed the recovery process.


Recovery happens after exercising and the body takes the time and energy to repair damaged cells and tissues. Deer Antler Velvet Extract helps people get back in the gym faster after hard workout sessions. Getting to the gym more often and exercising more frequently helps improve muscle tone and endurance. Deer Antler Velvet Extract has been shown to help the body regenerate muscle tissue and correct imbalances that can occur in the body after exercise.


Deer antlers grow exceptionally quick and the tissue that promotes this rapid cell regeneration and production has been shown to have this same affect in humans. The tissue that helps the deer antlers grow and regenerate so quickly is harvested and used to make a proprietary supplement formula. The process for harvesting the tissue and synthesizing the supplement is very similar to the process used to harvest stem cells. The supplement is then made into a spray that is taken by athletes to promote quick recovery and muscle tone.


This spray has a number of benefits including the speedy recovery from injuries and muscle strain. One way that this spray helps is by targeting damaged tissue in the body for regeneration. When the spray is used it goes to work on damaged tissues instantly to cut down on the recovery period. Deer Antler Velvet Extract has also been shown to improve sleep, increase tone, and produces growth hormones that help motor neurons.


This supplement should only be taken by adults and should be used as directed. Each serving of the supplement includes deer antler velvet extract, Niacin, L-Arginine, Tribulus, and more to maximize results. Deer Antler Velvet Extract is a recovery formula that helps support the heart and the immune system. This formula also promotes healthy joints, improves blood sugar balance, fights wrinkles, and can help with weight loss.


Women who are pregnant or nursing should consult their physician before starting any exercise supplement. Deer Antler Spray sets a new standard of excellence for recovery supplements with its uniquely powerful formula and ingredients.


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O.K. folks, this is some deer antler velvet spray, i.e. aerosols, a highly sufficient mode of transmission for the TSE Prion aka mad cow type disease, like Chronic Wasting Disease CWD. please see ;



DEER ANTLER SPRAY INFO


Supplement Facts

Serving Size 5 SPRAYS (APPROX. 1 ML)

Servings Per Container: 60

Amount Per Serving % Daily Value

Proprietary Formula 200 mg *

Deer Antler Velvet Extract, L-Arginine, Epimedium,, Tribulus, Eurycoma Longifolia

Niacin 20 mg 100%

* Daily Value not established


Bulk Pack Deer Antler Spray Order at least 24 bottles for wholesale packaging. Our price: $19.99






Aerosols An underestimated vehicle for transmission of prion diseases?


Aerosols


An underestimated vehicle for transmission of prion diseases?


Lothar Stitz1,* and Adriano Aguzzi2


1Institute of Immunology; Friedrich-Loeffler-Institut; Tübingen, Germany; 2Institute of Neuropathology; University of Zürich; Zürich, Switzerland




We and others have recently reported that prions can be transmitted to mice via aerosols. These reports spurred a lively public discussion on the possible public-health threats represented by prion-containing aerosols. Here we offer our view on the context in which these findings should be placed. On the one hand, the fact that nebulized prions can transmit disease cannot be taken to signify that prions are airborne under natural circumstances. On the other hand, it appears important to underscore the fact that aerosols can originate very easily in a broad variety of experimental and natural environmental conditions. Aerosols are a virtually unavoidable consequence of the handling of fluids; complete prevention of the generation of aerosols is very difficult. While prions have never been found to be transmissible via aerosols under natural conditions, it appears prudent to strive to minimize exposure to potentially prion-infected aerosols whenever the latter may arise—for example in scientific and diagnostic laboratories handling brain matter, cerebrospinal fluids and other potentially contaminated materials, as well as abattoirs. Equally important is that prion biosafety training be focused on the control of, and protection from, prion-infected aerosols.


snip...


In Chronic Wasting disease (CWD) of deer several careful studies have been performed that, together with our present finding, depose in favor of airborne transmission in this naturally occurring disease. Indeed, CWD prions can be transmitted experimentally via aerosol and the nasal route to transgenic cervidized mice.33 Although no anecdotal or epidemiological evidence has come forward that airborne transmission may be important for the spread of CWD, several lines of thought suggest that this possibility is not implausible. In deer, prions have been detected in urine, saliva, feces and blood of diseased animals. Moreover, it was claimed that pathological prion protein could be recovered from the environmental water in an endemic area.34 Since all fluids can act as sources for the generation of aerosols, any of the body fluids mentioned above may represent the point of origin for airborne transmission of CWD prions.


In this context, also the presence of infectious prions in blood of patients should be mentioned which was demonstrated by the transmission of vCJD by blood transfusions.35,36 The growing body of evidence that prion transmission can be airborne—at least under certain conditions—dictates that the release of potentially contaminated aerosols should be avoided under all circumstances.


snip...




In conclusion, aerosols can infect mice with a surprisingly high efficiency. Just how important a role is played by this newly recognized pathway of spread in natural transmission is, as of now, unclear and in need of further studies. Although it was not identified as a route of infection in epidemiological studies thus far, the worryingly high attack rate suggests that we would be well-advised to carefully avoid the inhalation of aerosols from prion-containing materials.


Key words: prion, prion transmission, scrapie, chronic wasting diseases, CWD, Creutzfeldt-Jacob-disease, CJD, TSE, aerosol, pathogens, allergens Submitted: 05/19/11 Accepted: 06/09/11 DOI: 10.4161/pri.5.3.16851 *Correspondence to: Lothar Stitz or Adriano Aguzzi; Email: lothar.stitz@fli.bund.de or adriano.aguzzi@usz.ch






snip...see full text ;






PLEASE SEE FULL TEXT, AND AGAIN, many thanks to PLOS for open access !!!









Thursday, December 29, 2011


Aerosols An underestimated vehicle for transmission of prion diseases?





please see more on Aerosols and TSE prion disease here ;









see the CDC warning about antler velvet and the risk of cwd and cjd there from ;




Volume 15, Number 5—May 2009


Research


Chronic Wasting Disease Prions in Elk Antler Velvet


Rachel C. Angers1, Tanya S. Seward, Dana Napier, Michael Green, Edward Hoover, Terry Spraker, Katherine O’Rourke, Aru Balachandran, and Glenn C. Telling


Author affiliations: University of Kentucky Medical Center, Lexington, Kentucky, USA (R.C. Angers, T.S. Seward, D. Napier, M. Green, G.C. Telling); Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA (E. Hoover, T. Spraker); US Department of Agriculture, Pullman, Washington, USA (K. O’Rourke); Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (A. Balachandran); 1Current affiliation: Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK.


Abstract


Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is a contagious, fatal prion disease of deer and elk that continues to emerge in new locations. To explore the means by which prions are transmitted with high efficiency among cervids, we examined prion infectivity in the apical skin layer covering the growing antler (antler velvet) by using CWD-susceptible transgenic mice and protein misfolding cyclic amplification. Our finding of prions in antler velvet of CWD-affected elk suggests that this tissue may play a role in disease transmission among cervids. Humans who consume antler velvet as a nutritional supplement are at risk for exposure to prions. The fact that CWD prion incubation times in transgenic mice expressing elk prion protein are consistently more rapid raises the possibility that residue 226, the sole primary structural difference between deer and elk prion protein, may be a major determinant of CWD pathogenesis.


snip...


The appearance of variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease in humans exposed to bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) (19,20) and the demonstration of CWD prions in muscle (3) placed the human species barrier to CWD prions at the forefront of public health concerns. Our studies indicate that antler velvet represents an additional source for human exposure to CWD prions. Widely used in traditional Asian medicine to treat a variety of ailments including impotence, arthritis, and high blood pressure, antler velvet can be readily purchased in caplet form and its usage has increased worldwide.






Fortunately, to date there is no epidemiologic evidence that rates of CJD in the CWD-endemic region (Colorado, USA) have increased (21,22). Also reassuring is the inefficient in vitro conversion of human PrP to protease-resistant PrP by CWD (23). Two studies have shown that CWD prions failed to induce disease in Tg mice expressing human PrP (24,25). However, the failure of BSE to be transmitted to Tg mice expressing human prion protein (HuPrP) was cited as early evidence of a BSE transmission barrier in humans (26); subsequent studies demonstrated a strong effect of the codon 129 polymorphism on transmissibility of BSE prions (27). To date, only mice expressing HuPrP with methionine at 129 have been challenged with CWD. In support of the argument that humans might be susceptible to CWD, intracerebral inoculation of squirrel monkeys produced disease after >30 months (28). Prion strain properties are also critical when considering the potential for interspecies transmission. The existence of multiple CWD strains has been suggested by several studies (4,25,29,30), but strain isolation and host range characterization have not been reported. Finally, it is worth considering that if CWD were to cross the species barrier into humans, this transmission source might not be recognized if the disease profile overlapped with one of the forms of sporadic CJD reported in North America.








see full text and more ;









speaking of some of those little pills. some contain specified risk materials that could carry the tse prion agent. this is very important.


the nutritional supplement industry is very much unregulated, and scientists are very much concerned about these type supplements that contained the SRMs that could carry the TSE prion agent.


in 1998, I made a submission to the bse inquiry about said supplements.




the reason being, my neighbors mother had been taking one that contained bovine brain, eye, and many more SRMs. then in 2009 the cdc came out with a warning about prions in elk antler velvet. please see ;






Thursday, March 19, 2009


Chronic Wasting Disease Prions in Elk Antler Velvet (Nutritional Supplements and CJD)


10.3201/eid1505.081458 Suggested citation for this article: Angers RC, Seward TS, Napier D, Green M, Hoover E, Spraker T, et al. Chronic wasting disease prions in elk antler velvet. Emerg Infect Dis. 2009 May; [Epub ahead of print]








Docket Management Docket: 96N-0417 - Current Good Manufacturing Practice in Manufacturing, Packing, or Holding Dietary Ingredients a


Comment Number: EC –2


Accepted - Volume 7








Docket Management Docket: 96N-0417 - Current Good Manufacturing Practice in Manufacturing, Packing, or Holding Dietary Ingredients a Comment Number: EC -2 Accepted - Volume 7




snip...




what did Paul Brown say about this previously;




i bring your attention to (page 500) Dr. Paul Brown statements;




253 1 DR. BOLTON: I have an additional question about 2 that. What is the assurance that additional locally sourced 3 tracheas are not added into that manufacturing process, thus 4 boosting the yield, if you will, but being returned to the 5 U.S. as being produced from U.S.-sourced raw material? 6 DR. McCURDY: Are there data to indicate how many 7 grams, or whatever, of infected brain are likely to infect 8 an organism, either animal or man, when taken orally? 9 DR. BROWN: If I am not mistaken, and I can be 10 corrected, I think a half a gram is enough in a cow, orally; [FULL TEXT ABOUT 600 PAGES] 3681t2.rtf http://www.fda.gov/ohrms/dockets/ac/cber01.htm




snip...









Unregulated "foods" such as 'nutritional supplements' containing various extracts from ruminants, whether imported or derived from 3 US cattle/sheep/cervids ("antler velvet" extracts!) should be forbidden or at least very seriously regulated.


(neighbors Mom, whom also died from CJD, had been taking bovine based supplement, which contained brain, eye, and many other bovine/ovine tissues for years, 'IPLEX').









my plight with metabolife and there 'bovine complex' about risk factors of TSE in there product ;




Terry S. Singeltary Sr. wrote:


> ######## Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy > #########


> > 1. Dietary Supplements: Review of Health-Related Call Records for > Users of Metabolife 356. GAO-03-494, March 31.









> > -------- Original Message -------- > >



Subject: METABOLIFE AND TSEs GAO-03-494 ''URGENT DATA''


> Date: Thu, 01 May 2003 11:23:01 –0500


> From: "Terry S. Singeltary Sr."


> To: NelliganJ at gao.gov


> > The General Accounting Office (GAO) today released the following reports > and testimonies: >


> REPORTS >


> 1. Dietary Supplements: Review of Health-Related Call Records for > Users of Metabolife 356. GAO-03-494, March 31.













> GREETINGS GAO:


> i was suprised that i did not see any listing of bovine tissue in metabolife > on it's label. have they ceased using these desiccated tissues???


> > i see that the lable on this product METABOLIFE 356, > does not state that it has any tissues of desiccated bovine organs? i no the product use to, so i am curious if they have


> ceased the use of the tissues of cattle they _use_ to use (see below)???




> METABOLIFE 356


> BOVINE COMPLEX/GLANDULAR SYSTEM


> OVARIES, PROSTATE, SCROTUM AND ADRENAL


> USDA SOURCE CATTLE


> > i tried warning them years ago of this potential threat of CJD/TSEs;




> > From: Randy Smith


> To: "'flounder at wt.net'"


> Subject: Metabolife


> Date: Mon, 7 Dec 1998 14:21:35 –0800


> > Dear Sir,


> > We are looking at reformulation. I agree that slow virus diseases > present a problem in some areas of the world.


> > Our product uses healthy USDA inspected cattle for the glandular > extract.


> > If you have any links to more information on this subject I would like > to examine them.


> > Thank you for your interest and concern,


> > Dr. Smith


> ============


> > From: Randy Smith


> To: "'flounder at wt.net'"


> Subject: RE: [Fwd: Your submission to the Inquiry]


> Date: Wed, 9 Dec 1998 10:37:07 –0800


> > Terry,


> > Thank you for your note and the information links you forwarded to me. > I am new to Metabolife International, however hopefully as my role here > enlarges I well have a greater impact on formulation and product > development.


> > Metabolife International does believe in placing safety first. And I am > going to do my best to see that we continue to do so.


> > Sincerely,


> Dr. Smith


> ============


> -----Original Message-----


> From: Terry S. Singeltary Sr. [mailto:flounder at wt.net]


> Sent: Wednesday, December 09, 1998 5:49 PM


> To: rsmith at metabolife.com


> Subject: [Fwd: Your submission to the Inquiry]


> > Dr. Smith, I am truly impressed with you honesty, THANKS.....I am not > just spouting off about the potential dangers, here. THEY ARE REAL.....I > have forwarded an e-mail from the BSE Inquiry, in which I made a > statement about them........You might want to go to the site and read > through it........IT WILL TAKE A WHILE........ THINGS ARE HAPPENING HERE > SIR, THAT YOU ARE NOT AWARE OF, AND AS MOST PEOPLE ARE > NOT...............I JUST HOPE, THAT THE REFORMULATION YOU SPEAK OF, IS > IN FACT GOING TO TAKE PLACE.


> The Department of Health, here in the U.S., is also worried about the > potential dangers involved hear............Terry/MADSON




> ==================================================




> From: Randy Smith


> To: "'flounder at wt.net'"


> Subject: RE: [Fwd: MEDICINES "GREATER BSE RISK THAN BEEF"!!!!]


> Date: Fri, 18 Dec 1998 09:55:17 –0800


> Return-Receipt-To: Randy Smith


> > Thanks very much for the info. I appreciate all these articles I can > get. It does sound very familiar - just follow the green ($) trail.


> > -----Original Message-----


> From: Terry S. Singeltary Sr. [mailto:flounder at wt.net]


> Sent: Friday, December 18, 1998 5:15 PM


> To: rsmith at metabolife.com


> Subject: [Fwd: MEDICINES "GREATER BSE RISK THAN BEEF"!!!!]


> > Randy, thought you might be interested in this...............MADSON!!!!!1


> > snip...


> ===============================




> Sender: "Patricia Cantos"


> To: "Terry S Singeltary Sr. (E-mail)"


> Subject: Your submission to the Inquiry


> Date: Fri, 3 Jul 1998 10:10:05 +0100


> > 3 July 1998


> Mr Terry S Singeltary Sr.


> E-Mail: Flounder at wt.net


> Ref: E2979


> > Dear Mr Singeltary,


> > Thank you for your E-mail message of the 30th of June 1998 providing the > Inquiry with your further comments. Thank you for offering to provide the > Inquiry with any test results on the nutritional supplements your > mother was taking before she died.


> > As requested I am sending you our general Information Pack and a copy of the > Chairman's letter. Please contact me if your system cannot read the attachments.


> > Regarding your question, the Inquiry is looking into many aspects of the > scientific evidence on BSE and nvCJD. I would refer you to the > transcripts > of evidence we have already heard which are found on our internet site at >





> > Could you please provide the Inquiry with a > copy of > the press article you refer to in your e-mail? If not an approximate date > for the article so that we can locate it? > In the meantime, thank you for you comments. Please do not hesitate to > contact me on 0171 261 8332 should you have any queries.


> > Yours sincerely


> Patricia Cantos


> Families Team Leader


> Attachments


> TSS


> ==============




> -------- Original Message --------


> Subject: re: METABOLIFE AND TSEs GAO-03-494 ''URGENT DATA''


> Date: Thu, 01 May 2003 16:04:35 –0400


> From: "Marcia G Crosse"


> To:


> CC: "Charles W Davenport" , "Carolyn Feis Korman" > , "Martin Gahart" >


> Mr. Singletary,


> > We were informed by representatives of Metabolife, Inc. that Metabolife


> 356 was reformulated to remove bovine complex as an ingredient in the


> product, approximately September 2001. We did not independently verify


> the contents of the product.


> > Sincerely,


> Marcia Crosse


> Acting Director


> Health CarePublic Health and Science Issues


> U.S. General Accounting Office


> 441 G Street, N.W.


> Washington, D.C. 20548


> ===================


> > -------- Original Message --------


> Subject: Re: METABOLIFE AND TSEs GAO-03-494 ''URGENT DATA''


> Date: Thu, 01 May 2003 15:48:52 –0500


> From: "Terry S. Singeltary Sr."


> To: Marcia G Crosse


> CC: Charles W Davenport , Carolyn Feis Korman > , Martin Gahart > References: >


> THANK YOU! > > MIRACLES DO HAPPEN! ;-) > > now all we need to do is; >


> snip......


> > one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind ;-)


> > however; >


> ''We did not independently verify the contents of the product''


> > ???


>


> TSS >















Could you get mad cow from a pill ? Some doctors say a class of pills that promise smarts, energy, and sexual vitality may cause mad-cow disease.


The government isn't worried. Should you be?


June 1, 2001


Health Magazine


by Susan Freinkel








The German Magazine Der Spiegel came out to the house here and interviewed me in 2001 (I think), about that token purina mad cow feed mill blunder, and they were very concerned about these type supplements that carried the SRMs that could very well carry the TSE prion agent. ...please see ;



GERMAN DER SPIEGEL MAGAZINEDie


BSE-Angst erreicht Amerika: Trotz strikter Auflagen gelangte in Texas verbotenes Tiermehl ins Rinderfutter - die Kontrollen der Aufsichtsbehörden sind lax.









Sunday, November 13, 2011










Wednesday, November 16, 2011









Monday, November 14, 2011










SPORADIC CJD RISING USA !





Sunday, February 12, 2012





National Prion Disease Pathology Surveillance Center Cases Examined1 (August 19, 2011) including Texas













Friday, February 10, 2012



Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD) biannual update (2012/1) potential iatrogenic (healthcare-acquired) exposure to CJD, and on the National Anonymous Tonsil Archive








GAME FARMER, this one sentence here takes the cake ;





"Last year alone I sold $12,000 worth of semen out of my bucks," Oliver said. "We sell breeding stock. We sell antlers. We sell semen out of our animals, we sell urine out of our animals. There are endless amounts of ways to make money."






what Oliver failed to tell you was, everything his industry stands for, stands for the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease CWD. God, the ignorance is profound. the greed has brought us to where we are today. these deer farms will be the demise to the wild. you can thank the almighty dollar for that. I don’t know where to start with this ignorance$ now I am sure the game farm industry failed to tell you all this ;






well, let’s just start with the first part of that sentence, the $12,000 worth of semen full of CWD maybe ???




price of poker goes up for those Boone-Crocket type straw bred bucks. see ;






Saturday, February 11, 2012



PrPSc Detection and Infectivity in Semen from Scrapie-Infected Sheep










now, what about those antlers and the velvet there from ;




see the CDC warning about antler velvet and the risk of cwd and cjd there from ;




Thursday, March 19, 2009



Chronic Wasting Disease Prions in Elk Antler Velvet (Nutritional Supplements and CJD)









see full text and more ;











now the third stupid thing Oliver said in that one sentence was about the third product, that spreads CWD, in which he sells, of which is NOT tested for CWD, URINE. the use of URINE, 100% deer or elk urine, untested for CWD, is as about as stupid as one could do for the deer and elk herds. but you do it, because ;




A. IT MAKES MONEY !


B. the myth that it makes you a better hunter



however, C. is what OLIVER et al do not tell you ;



C. URINE PRODUCTS HAVE THE HIGH LIKELIHOOD, BASED ON SCIENCE, TO SPREAD CWD.




THAT ONE SENTENCE OLIVER SAID, AND RAMIFICATIONS THERE FROM, COULD HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO SPREAD CWD TO HELL AND BACK ;





"Last year alone I sold $12,000 worth of semen out of my bucks," Oliver said. "We sell breeding stock. We sell antlers. We sell semen out of our animals, we sell urine out of our animals. There are endless amounts of ways to make money."




please, give me the chance to show you the science, please read on, I am vested in nothing but the truth, you should be too. your deer herds depend on it. you hunters are the stewards of the forest and the hunt, NOT these game farm industry, AND OR whom every THEY want to regulate them. the department of agriculture does not have a good record when it comes to TSE Prion surveillance and or eradication.




look, the DNR et al are not out to get anyone, when it comes to CWD and TSE prion disease. they are trying to protect your deer and elk herds. the DNR is not your enemy here, the game farm industry is. please I urge all of you to look at the science. I have no dog in this hunt. however, CWD, and friendly fire there from, that my friends involves all of us. you, me, our children, family, friends. I assure you of that. ...




all you folks screaming for less government in your life. well, be careful what you wish for ;






Tuesday, February 14, 2012



White House budget proposes cuts to ag programs including TSE PRION disease aka mad cow type disease









TSE prion disease such as Chronic Wasting Disease, knows no borders, they know no country, and the know no age groups. red or blue, right or left, republican or democrat, it is 100% fatal once clinical in man and animal. I lost my mother to the Heidenhain Variant of Creutzfedlt Jakob Disease December 14, 1997, and have been trying to validate her death, and warn others of the science, that does not reach the public domain. I am PRO-hunter, I am a meat eater. I am ANTI-stupid. take this information with how ever many grains of salt you wish, but please be warned, the science is there, but politics has trumped science in the world of TSE prion disease since day one $$$




it’s all about money folks $$$






Greetings West Virginia Deer hunters et al,




please be sure, if you allow these slimy, slime ball lobbyist type come in and allow the deer farming industry to police themselves, then God help you all. these game farms are nothing more than a petri dish for infectious disease such as, and especially Chronic Wasting Disease, if nothing else. I urge you all to ban all game farms. here is why ;






Tuesday, December 20, 2011



CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE CWD WISCONSIN Almond Deer (Buckhorn Flats) Farm Update DECEMBER 2011




> > > The CWD infection rate was nearly 80%, the highest ever in a North American captive herd.





Despite the five year premise plan and site decontamination, The WI DNR has concerns over the bioavailability of infectious prions at this site to wild white-tail deer should these fences be removed. Current research indicates that prions can persist in soil for a minimum of 3 years.



However, Georgsson et al. (2006) concluded that prions that produced scrapie disease in sheep remained bioavailable and infectious for at least 16 years in natural Icelandic environments, most likely in contaminated soil.



Additionally, the authors reported that from 1978-2004, scrapie recurred on 33 sheep farms, of which 9 recurrences occurred 14-21 years after initial culling and subsequent restocking efforts; these findings further emphasize the effect of environmental contamination on sustaining TSE infectivity and that long-term persistence of prions in soils may be substantially greater than previously thought. < < <











SNIP...SEE FULL TEXT ;









Wednesday, February 15, 2012






West Virginia Deer Farming Bill backed by deer farmers advances, why ? BE WARNED CWD






http://chronic-wasting-disease.blogspot.com/2012/02/west-virginia-deer-farming-bill-backed.html




Thursday, February 09, 2012





50 GAME FARMS IN USA INFECTED WITH CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE











Friday, February 03, 2012



Wisconsin Farm-Raised Deer Farms and CWD there from 2012 report Singeltary et al









Saturday, February 04, 2012



Wisconsin 16 age limit on testing dead deer Game Farm CWD Testing Protocol Needs To Be Revised









Thursday, February 09, 2012



Colorado Farm-Raised Deer Farms and CWD there from 2012 report Singeltary et al









Monday, February 13, 2012



Stop White-tailed Deer Farming from Destroying Tennessee’s Priceless Wild Deer Herd oppose HB3164









Tuesday, February 14, 2012



Oppose Indiana House Bill 1265 game farming cervids








Wednesday, February 15, 2012





West Virginia Deer Farming Bill backed by deer farmers advances, why ? BE WARNED CWD





http://chronic-wasting-disease.blogspot.com/2012/02/west-virginia-deer-farming-bill-backed.html






Sunday, January 22, 2012



Chronic Wasting Disease CWD cervids interspecies transmission









Thursday, January 26, 2012


The Risk of Prion Zoonoses


Science 27 January 2012: Vol. 335 no. 6067 pp. 411-413 DOI: 10.1126/science.1218167









Thursday, January 26, 2012


Facilitated Cross-Species Transmission of Prions in Extraneural Tissue


Science 27 January 2012: Vol. 335 no. 6067 pp. 472-475 DOI: 10.1126/science.1215659









Friday, February 03, 2012



Wisconsin Farm-Raised Deer Farms and CWD there from 2012 report Singeltary et al









Saturday, February 04, 2012



Wisconsin 16 age limit on testing dead deer Game Farm CWD Testing Protocol Needs To Be Revised









Thursday, February 09, 2012



Colorado Farm-Raised Deer Farms and CWD there from 2012 report Singeltary et al









Monday, February 13, 2012



Stop White-tailed Deer Farming from Destroying Tennessee’s Priceless Wild Deer Herd oppose HB3164









Tuesday, February 14, 2012



Oppose Indiana House Bill 1265 game farming cervids








Wednesday, February 15, 2012





West Virginia Deer Farming Bill backed by deer farmers advances, why ? BE WARNED CWD





http://chronic-wasting-disease.blogspot.com/2012/02/west-virginia-deer-farming-bill-backed.html






Sunday, January 22, 2012



Chronic Wasting Disease CWD cervids interspecies transmission









Thursday, January 26, 2012


The Risk of Prion Zoonoses


Science 27 January 2012: Vol. 335 no. 6067 pp. 411-413 DOI: 10.1126/science.1218167









Thursday, January 26, 2012



Facilitated Cross-Species Transmission of Prions in Extraneural Tissue


Science 27 January 2012: Vol. 335 no. 6067 pp. 472-475 DOI: 10.1126/science.1215659










A DECADE LATER ;







Monday, September 26, 2011



L-BSE BASE prion and atypical sporadic CJD








Saturday, June 25, 2011


Transmissibility of BSE-L and Cattle-Adapted TME Prion Strain to Cynomolgus Macaque



"BSE-L in North America may have existed for decades"








Over the next 8-10 weeks, approximately 40% of all the adult mink on the farm died from TME.


snip...


The rancher was a ''dead stock'' feeder using mostly (>95%) downer or dead dairy cattle...








Sunday, June 26, 2011


Risk Analysis of Low-Dose Prion Exposures in Cynomolgus Macaque









PIG AND A POKE !!!




pharmaceuticals and porcine and TSE prion




old concerns made new again. they had the science and risk factor there from 2 decades ago, political science won out $$$ i.e. TRADE $$$ thanks to the OIE and the USDA et al. ...TSS






Sunday, January 29, 2012



Prion Disease Risks in the 21st Century 2011 PDA European Virus-TSE Safety Dr. Detwiler



Dr. Detwiler published Prion Disease Risks in the 21st Century 2011 PDA European Virus-TSE Safety Forum\Presentations TSE\ Page 33 and 34 of 44 ;












Wednesday, February 1, 2012



CJD and PLASMA / URINE PRODUCTS EMA Position Statements Alberto Ganan Jimenez, European Medicines Agency PDA TSE Safety Forum, 30 June 2011









Wednesday, February 1, 2012



Prion Disease Risks in the 21st Century 2011 PDA European Virus-TSE Safety Update on CJD and VCJD Transmission RG Will









WHAT ABOUT THAT partial and voluntary mad cow feed ban of August 4, 1997, you know the one, the one that was NOTHING BUT INK ON PAPER $$$





Sunday, February 5, 2012



February 2012 Update on Feed Enforcement Activities to Limit the Spread of BSE









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Terry S. Singeltary Sr.



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