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Beef Industry / Mad Cow Disease #745005

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 27, 2003
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(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.

(New York: Pat Dawson) Report that the cow in Washington state with mad cow disease came from Canada featured; details given about the cow's route till it wound up in Mabton, Washington & on to slaughter in Centralia. [USDA veterinarian Dr. Ron DeHAVEN†- says the cow came from a dairy herd that can be traced.] [Agriculture Department Ken PETERSON†- talks about BSE & the food supply.] [Harvard School of Public Health George GRAY†- downplays concerns about animal & human health.] [Canadian Food Inspection Agency Dr. Brian EVANS†- says there is no evidence yet that the cow originated in Canada.]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Campbell;
Dawson, Pat
Duration:
00:02:40

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