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as declared in The Game and Fish Commission spent about $71,000 on testing for the wasting disease last year, an agency spokesman said.
(AP) — An Arkansas laboratory is taking over testing for chronic wasting disease, a fatal brain disorder afflicting deer and elk that was found in the state last year.
Since presence of the disease in Arkansas was confirmed last February, the state Game and Fish Commission has had to send tissue samples to a Wisconsin lab.
There’s no prevention and no cure for the disease, and researchers have found no evidence that the disease poses a serious risk to humans.
The Arkansas Veterinary Diagnostics Laboratory is the only state lab that is a member of the National Animal Health Laboratory Network, which coordinates the nation’s response to outbreaks of animal-borne diseases, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported.
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