Cattle Injected With
Scrapie Prions In 1979!

From Patricia Doyle, PhD

Hello Jeff - I am going over documents searching for more information on the 66/67 experiment on deer in colorado by the US Army cofinanced by British Burroughs Welcome. Lo and Behold I came upon the experiment below. Could Mad Cow i.e. BSE in cattle have originated from such experiments? After the cattle were slaughtered it is quite possible that the environment was contaminated with infective prions and, ergo Mad Cow emerges. The timing of the US experiment was preBSE, 1979. My guess is that the UK was also doing this type of experiment.
I wrote to Dr. Narang and hope he will get back to me. Perhaps, he can find out more about the
Burroughs Welcome experiments.
When I read about these types of experiments on animals that shortly after the experiment develop a brand new, alien illness, I have to ask myself, if the new illness hasn't developed as a result of the experiment.
Experiment in Mission Texas:
The clinical signs of Downer Cow Syndrome were presented by cattle inoculated intracerebrally in 1979 with Scrapie-agents in Mission, Texas. When slaughtered 43, 44, or 73 days later their brain did not (yet?; a.) show the histological findings of Spongiform Encephalopathy. But inoculated into mice it produced central nervous system signs in them. And tissue from the cattle were found to be positive for prion protein [8], indicative of Spongiform Encephalopathy.
Patricia A. Doyle, PhD
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