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"Relying on the current tests is too late," one expert says, as dead deer might already be shedding infectious prions.
The Virginia finding is 40 miles from any other detections in the area.
Researchers describe camel prion disease in 3 symptomatic camels in Algeria.
Officials say atypical bovine spongiform encephalopathy ("mad cow") was detected in an 11-year-old cow.
An abnormal protein linked to vCJD may be more common than expected in the UK.
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