Are you saying that the author of the article misquoted CDC spokesman
Lawrence Schonberger? Or are you saying that Lawrence Schonberger lied or
otherwise made a misleading statement about what the CDC (for which he
works) is doing?
I am asking because I am interested in what research may be underway in
the US concerning CJD and related diseases. I am not yet 100% convinced
that the British studies were accurate. There has been a lot of evidence
presented on both sides of this issue and I do not think the case has been
conclusively made in either direction as of now.
The hysteria created by the reports in England caused a lot of panic
world wide, but heavily concentrated in England and Europe. that led to
massive slaughter of animals and a tremendous economic impact that rippled
through the beef industry in those areas of the world. maybe it was
necessary. But just maybe it was not. The British research has not been
replicated to my knowledge. In fact, a number of scientists who studied it
came up with totally different conclusions from their research.
Do any other Sanet subscribers have any newer information that could shed
some light on this subject?
--Dan in Sunny Puerto Rico--
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