Prion Digest V1 #5

Chris Swanson, Moderator prion at STOLAF.EDU
Sun Apr 14 13:16:24 EST 1991


Prion Digest                Sun, 14 Apr 91       Volume 1 : Issue   5 

Today's Topics:
             Prion diseases in Health Care Professionals
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Date: Mon, 08 Apr 91 09:33:54 EDT
From: dkingsbu at chablis.gwu.edu
Subject: Prion diseases in Health Care Professionals
To: prion at stolaf.edu

Colin Masters et al. did a quite careful study of the infection rate of
Healt Care workers (including pathologists) as part of their large
epidemiologic study "Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease: Patterns of worldwide
occurrence and significance of famalial and sporatic clustering,"
Annals of Neurology (1979) 5:177-188.

David T. Kingsbury

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