U.S. reacts quickly to Canadian mad cow threat

A single Canadian cow was found to be infected with bovine spongiform encephalopathy, commonly known as "mad cow" disease, causing the U.S. to immediately ban Canadian beef imports and fast-food stocks to slide. U.S. officials believe this to be an isolated case and don't anticipate a widespread problem. Currently, the U.S. imports 1 billion pounds of Canadian beef every year.

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