Idaho ramps up chronic wasting disease surveillance efforts

10/7/2010 | KIFI-TV (Idaho Falls)

The Fish and Game Commission in Idaho hosted a workshop designed to train staffers on how to take samples from the brain stems of deer carcasses in order to crack down on chronic wasting disease in the state. "The reason that we're continuing our surveillance program is because we need to know if it's going to come across the border so we can respond appropriately," a state wildlife veterinarian said.

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