UK: BSE risk in imported pâté and sausages, says expert
While the number of new cases of mad cow disease is slowly dropping in the UK, it is rising sharply across Europe, prompting Britain's leading expert on BSE to urge the government to close the loopholes that could see infected meat imported from Europe. In particular, Professor Roy Anderson, chief epidemiologist at Imperial College London, warned that pâté, sausages, and other processed meat produced in Europe posed a risk.
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