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Abstract The CJD (Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease) is a fatal and irredeemable neurological human disease. It is a Mad Cow Disease found in humans. It is thought to originate from the mutation of normal prion protein. This article discusses the brief history of Mad Cow disease, some places in which the Mad Cow disease has been identified, the transmission of Mad Cow to humans. It also addresses the signs, symptoms, causes and treatments of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and it concludes with the diagnosis, probable cause of CJD and measures which people should exercise to prevent the spread of the Mad Cow disease in humans.
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I have an interest in Fiction and have read almost all the classic literary works of Andersen, Dickens and as well as the poems of Wordsworth and Frost. I have an interest in the Current Affairs and the acute issues plaguing our world like sickness and poverty. I write poetry in my free time and I love taking long walks in the nature away from the civilization. In the coming years, I have ambitious plans to see myself as a US trained Neurologist with fellowship interest in Vascular Neurology and Movement Disorders. My long term goal is to establish a world class institute of Neurosciences which would attract the brightest minds of Neuroscience from all over the world and maybe one day through extensive research and collaboration, find a lasting cure for the afflictions of the mind which we can only control minutely or slow down
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