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Byline: Sonya Colberg
Dec. 2--The United States has little chance of getting the dreaded mad cow disease, which has been blamed for infecting one million cattle in the United Kingdom and linked to human disease. That's according to a new Harvard University study.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Friday released the landmark, three-year study designed to assess the threat of mad cow disease, or bovine spongiform encephalopathy, to America.
Agriculture Secretary Ann Veneman held a Webcast on Friday to reveal the results.
The government has set up measures to prevent the disease from getting into the United States, the study concludes. …