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Expert: “Zombie Deer Disease” May Have Already Spread to Humans

Futurism Tuesday, 8 October 2019 ()
Expert: “Zombie Deer Disease” May Have Already Spread to HumansIn February, health experts began issuing a warning that sounded like something out of sci-fi: an infection known colloquially as “zombie deer disease” was sweeping the globe — and it could make the jump to humans. Formally known as chronic wasting disease (CWS), the infection eats away at the brains of deer, causing the animals […]

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A pack of "zombie deer" are threatening animals and humans after contracting a contagious terminal illness, which leaves them very lethargic and weak and stops their usual fear of people.

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