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Ten-Year Disease-Control Plan

PROJECT NOAHH: NORTH AMERICAN CWD AND HUMAN HEALTH PROJECT

Ten-Year Disease-Control Plan for Animal and Human Health

Phase I. Two-Year CWD Timeline for Development of Diagnostic Test Kits and Vaccines

Product                                                                    Time to Development/Field Testing and Implementation

  1. Diagnostic Cervid Test Kit (In-Field/Immediate)……………..………………...……8-18 months
  2. Diagnostic Human Test Kit (In-Field/Immediate)………………………….……...…9-20 months
  3. Live Animal Test Kit (In-Field/Immediate)……………………………………..…..10-24 months
  4. Injectable Cervid Vaccine(s)………………………….……………......…..………..10-24 months
  5. Oral Cervid Vaccine(s)…………………………………….………………………...10-24 months

Within 24 months, the project will develop diagnostic kits and vaccines and implement management strategies for the control of CWD in free-roaming and captive deer, elk, moose, caribou, and reindeer.

We will achieve in two years what mainstream research has failed to accomplish in a half century.

Phase II. Ten-Year Human Health Timeline for Diagnostic Test Kits and Vaccines

Product                                                                         Time to Development/Field Testing and Implementation

  1. Vaccine for Humans Infected with CWD from Eating Infected Venison………..……12-36 months
  2. Early Diagnosis and Vaccine for Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease CJD)……………...……18-48 months
  3. Vaccine and Advanced Treatments for Alzheimer’s Disease……………………...….…..4-10 years
  4. Vaccines for Parkinson’s, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), and Huntington’s Disease.……..5-10 years

Rapid Response funding would accelerate the research and development of vaccines for human diseases.

Phase III. Ten-Year Timeline for Diseases of Livestock, Zoo, and Other Animals

Product                                                                    Time to Development/Field Testing and Implementation

  1. Vaccines for livestock: scrapie in sheep and goats and Mad Cow disease………...……..3-5 years
  2. Early diagnosis and vaccines for captive zoo cervids……………………………...……5-10 years
  3. Vaccines for Feline FSE in domestic and big cats (lions and tigers)…………..…...……5-10 years
  4. Vaccines for MSE in mink and TSEs in camels and giraffes…………………….….…..5-10 years

Zoos are at risk of CWD and related diseases, especially cervids, lions and tigers, and camels and giraffes.

Contact: John Eveland, Terra Cor President and Project NOAHH Director • 412.601.0077 • jfeveland@terracor.org


WE NOW HAVE THE ABILITY TO STOP CWD

The CWD Crisis.  Chronic Wasting Disease was first identified in Pennsylvania in 2012,  Please read more


CHRONIC WASTING DISEASE

EXTREMELY IMPORTANT ISSUE

!!! PLEASE HELP !!!

Infected Deer
Infected Elk

Please help with a cure for CWD, and save our deer and elk herd. Please become a member of  Unified Sportsmen of Pennsylvania and help work at finding a cure for this disease before its to late.

PGC & DCNR are hiring sharpshooters, eliminating the deer herd by culling is not the answer, finding a cure is. Join USP in the fight to save the deer herd.  

To join or donate on-line click here

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PLEASE GET INVOLVED WITH THIS

EXTREMELY IMPORTANT ISSUE

BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE TO

SAVE OUR DEER AND ELK HERD

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North America CWD Project

has a new website, visit it at

North America CWD Project

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Which animal would you prefer to see?

The healthy one on the left or the CWD infected one on the right!

 

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