Brain Trust: The Hidden Connection Between Mad Cow and Misdiagnosed Alzheimer's Disease
On December 23, 2003 authorities announced that the first case of Mad Cow Disease in the United States had been found in a dairy cow in Mabton, Washington. The admission, though downplayed, hides a frightening reality. For thirty years, a covert sampling operation has been conducted on North American cattle to reveal how far the deadly prions that are thought to cause Mad Cow Disease have spread thought the nation's livestock. These efforts may be too late: BRAIN TRUST warns of an impending public health catastrophe as the American food supply, and other countries to which they export, becomes progressively more contaminated. Although statistics argue that only one in a million people become affected with the human version of Mad Cow Disease, research on many postmortem brains of Alzheimer's patients provide questionable data: the classic ravaged pathology of human Mad Cow Disease. Currently, there are millions of people worldwide who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, and the numbers are growing. How many of those are related to Mad Cow? Until now, this complex story has remained untold - no one has been able to connect the dots. With BRIAN TRUST, Colm Kelleher reveals the frightening health implications for the first time.
Specifications of Brain Trust: The Hidden Connection Between Mad Cow and Misdiagnosed Alzheimer's Disease
|Author||Colm A. Kelleher|
|Edition||1st Paraview Pocket Books Hardcover Ed|
|Publisher||Paraview Pocket Books|
|Number Of Pages||320|
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