According to an investigation conducted it has come into prominence that approximately one person in 2,000 in Britain carries the protein linked to the human version of mad cow disease. Further known that happens to be figure higher than preceding approximate judgment
On the contrary, it's author expresses that how many people in actuality would develop the crippling and finally fatal disease is not widely known. They also cautioned Britain to fight the risk of wider contamination through blood transfusions and surgical instruments. The study, published online by the British Medical Journal (BMJ), happens to be the most comprehensive effort yet to quantify the risk to Britons from the variant form of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, otherwise vCJD.