There are many views and opinions on topics like this, often coloured by the personal beliefs of the authors. The debate is usually healthy, and it is important to realise that the investigations are ongoing, and that some of the information posted, often in good faith, may now have been revised.
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American Meat Institute Factsheet: BSE
AMI offers information about BSE and beef safety in question and answer format, dated October 2008.
CJW Medical Center's Mad Cow Disease Page
Site contains medical information related to mad cow disease and its effects on humans.
Food and Drug Administration Mad Cow Information
Web site offers various resources on mad cow disease including a general background, consumer information, recent FDA actions, veterinarian information, blood safety and a what's new section.
Mad Cow Disease News
Continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
Mad Cow Disease: Myths, Facts and a Prescription for Safety
A monograph by Frederick W. Scalise.
Mad Cow Disease: What's Safe to Feed Your Kids?
Dr. Vincent Iannelli answers safety questions surrounding children and mad cow disease.
Official Mad Cow Disease Home Page
The Internet's largest site for mad cow disease, BSE, scrapie, CJD, and other prion diseases. Coverage of news, prion molecular biology and research developments. Color slides of spongiform brains.
The WHO Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (TSE) web site
This site provides links to World Health Organisation reports on Human and Animal Transmissible Encephalopathies.
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