Tuesday, April 6, 2021

AstraZeneca's Cancer R&D Chief Baselga Dies of Mad Cow Disease?


According to local reports from his native Spain, Baselga died from Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, an incredibly rare and fatal condition causing brain damage that worsens rapidly over time.

A little over two years ago, Baselga was brought on board at AstraZeneca to run its oncology R&D unit which, pre-COVID-19, was its biggest focus and future growth driver.   FULL STORY>>>


millerized said...

There were thoughts that BSE (mad-cow) started in humans, and was passed through to bovines by 'grinding everything protein' into their food. That 'everything' protein could have included body parts.
Of course, the 'science' isn't settled on which came first, since, well, science. Regardless, if a prion is going to get you, a prion is going to get you and there's not much you can do about it.

Anonymous said...

Could have eaten fish?