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If you hunt deer and eat venison you're going to want to stop after reading this
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 72530568:MV80MTU5NTEzXzc1NTcyNjU5Xzc2ODE0RjYw] the Center for Disease Creation (CDC) created this disease and purposefully spread it within the deer population so that hunters and preppers would have a tainted food supply after the grid goes down. Deer have been happily going along in nature for thousands of years. All of a sudden CWD shows up. Like Lyme disease, it was created by CDC and spread on purpose. [/quote]
Officials monitoring chronic wasting disease, a deadly and severely contagious neurological disorder found in nationwide deer populations, said the illness has now spread to at least 26 states...
The director of the Centre for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, added: “
The key issue here is that unlike the mad cow disease, here we see [chronic wasting disease] in the muscle as well, so it’s actually much more present in the meat that you’re eating. Cooking doesn’t do anything to destroy it."
Dr Osterholm said that it took nearly 10 years to detect human transmissions of the so-called mad cow disease, otherwise known as the variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.
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