Researchers report first human form of mad cow disease from plasma

British scientists have identified the first human infected with variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease via human plasma. The man, who has died from other causes, was among the 4,000 hemophiliacs and other patients warned in 2004 because they received transfusions from batches of blood plasma possibly containing vCJD.

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