Are FDA Mad Cow Guidelines Enough?

Seven months after the first U.S. case of mad cow disease was reported, the FDA issued long-delayed bans on nervous system tissue and other cattle parts from use in human food, dietary supplements and cosmetics. The new rules prohibit the use of the brain, skull, eyes and spinal cord tissue, where infectious agents of the brain-wasting disease first appear, from animals older than 30 months. The agency has also requested public and industry comments on a proposed ban on the use of...

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