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32nd World Vegetarian Congress 1996
[Vegetarian Summerfest '96: A World Vegetarian Congress]

The Public Health Implications of Mad Cow Disease
by Michael Greger
mgreger@opal.tufts.edu (617) 321-9684

a talk at the World Vegetarian Congress, 1996
Updated and revised July 27, 1996. Please feel free to use and/or distribute in any manner


Part 2

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