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CWD

abbr.
chronic wasting disease
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No matter what the cause, deer with CWD died at almost twice the rate as deer without CWD.
Yes, you read that right; it was January 1967 when CWD was first identified as a clinical disease in a captive mule deer at a Colorado Division of Wildlife research facility.
He asked the CWD to expedite work on the girls college as students were facing lot of hardships in getting higher education.
In an interview with (https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/hunters-say-it-s-not-zombie-disease-they-are-worried-n972476) NBC News , some hunters were quick to dismiss CWD as zombie disease.
But in truth, the prosecution said the trip was not authorized by the CWD board of directors and he was not legally entitled to reimbursements for travel expenses incurred.
Since its first description in Colorado in 1967, CWD has been detected in new geographic areas and with increasing prevalence in captive and free-ranging cervids.
Hunters participating in CWD sampling can check the status of their deer (listed by phone number) through the IDNR website.
Calasiao Water is a 90-10 joint venture between Manila Water and the CWD.
Not only is CWD spreading geographically, it is increasing in prevalence.
According to the World Health Organization, there is no evidence that CWD can be transmitted to humans.