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A review of literature, research and historical data on these diseases, compiled under the auspices of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association.
An Explanation of Mad Cow Disease
Mark Purdey argues and presents evidence that BSE, Kuru, and variant Creutzfeld Jakob Disease are caused by manganese poisoning.
Is Mad Cow Disease Caused by a Bacteria?
Medical hypothesis by Lawrence Broxmeyer, MD. [PDF]
Mad Cow Disease
Educational information from Miller and Levine on prions and mad cow disease.
MicrobiologyBytes: The Origin of BSE
Article discussing the theory that cows had contracted the disease by eating feed containing the remains of sheep infected with scrapie.
NOVA: The Brain Eater
Article that explores the causes of Mad Cow disease, what happens when science faces an unknown pathogen, and the implications for public health.
Official Mad Cow Disease Home Page
Contains thousands of articles on mad cow and other diseases.
Organophosphate and Mad Cow Disease
Mark Purdey's theory of mad cow disease.
New Scientist: Absent Prions Blow Hole in BSE Theory
Abstract of an article about the abnormal prion proteins assumed to be the infectious agents. (October 25, 2007)
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