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  • This is a nice burger from our local cattle farm.
  • Oh no, you need to go to the doctor!!!
  • Oh man I think I might have Mad Cow Disease. It is possible because I have some symptoms; Anxiety,Depression, Memory loss, Impaired thinking, and Blurred vision.
  • We are sorry to announce, but you have a severe form of Mad Cow disease. There currently is not a cure, but we can give you a medication to slow down the process. You may or may not have less than a year to live.
  • Don't worry, I will be here every step of the way. Research shows that I can't get it from you. So that is a plus right?
  • The doctor said I might only have a year to live, if that! What am I going to do? This is awful. The doctor said it is from the hamburger, he said there could have been nerve tissue of an infected cow in it.
  • 7 MONTHS LATER ....
  • RIP KRISTY WARD
  • We are sorry to announce, but Kristy has now lost the fight to CJD. If you have anymore questions or concerns about getting this disease, please make sure you solid cuts of meat carry less of a risk of exposure to CJD. T-bone steak, ground beef, sausage, hot dogs, or any other meat that contains bits of brain tissue or spinal cord carries the highest risk. Consider replacing your red meat with poultry or fish, or skipping the meat course all together can reduce your risk. Be cautious of what you eat while traveling! Research the place you are visiting and see if cases of mad cow disease have been reported. If cases have been reported, say no to the beef. Don’t overcook your hamburgers to protect yourself. CJD is believed to come from prions, and prions aren’t destroyed during an cooking process. However, don’t worry too much, the chances of running across this infection is very rare due to the fact that meal products cannot be imported into the United States from countries who have had mad cow outbreaks.
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