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From: Terry S. Singeltary Sr. (216-119-138-131.ipset18.wt.net)
Subject: Re: Let's keep BSE in perspective....I AM, YOU WILL BELIEVE IN THE FUTURE, i just hope it's not one of your loved ones...
Date: August 10, 2000 at 12:10 pm PST

In Reply to: Let's keep BSE in perspective. posted by Dana Paterson on August 7, 2000 at 12:45 pm:

Yes indeed Dana, you are just one of many that believe everything
the government tells you about TSE's. i will not waste my time trying to
convince you, cause at this point, i don't care...

you ask;

Does anyone who reads these postings actually know someone who's had CJD?

Matter of fact i do, my Mom, and my neighbors Mom, and if you think
they are the only ones, i actually lost track after about 30, in a
25 mile radius (GFF). And if you think that the 85%+ of sCJD just happens, without cause, well, there is no hope for you.
At any rate, for whatever it's worth;

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Patient Account: 90000014-518
Med. Rec. No.: (0160)118511Q
Patient Name: POULTER, BARBARA Age: 63 YRS DOB: 10/17/34
Sex: F Admitting Race: C

Attending Dr.:
Date / Time Admitted : 12/14/97 1228
Copies to:

UTMB
University of Texas Medical Branch
Galveston, Texas 77555-0543
(409) 772-1238 Fax (409) 772-5683
Pathology Report

FINAL AUTOPSY DIAGNOSIS
Autopsy' Office (409)772-2858

Autopsy NO.: AU-97-00435

AUTOPSY INFORMATION:
Occupation: Unknown Birthplace: Unknown Residence: Crystal Beach
Date/Time of Death: 12/14/97 13:30 Date/Time of Autopsy: 12/15/97 15:00
Pathologist/Resident: Pencil/Fernandez Service: Private
Restriction: Brain only

FINAL AUTOPSY DIAGNOSIS

I. Brain: Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Heidenhain variant.

***TYPE: Anatomic(A) or Clinical(C) Diagnosis.
IMPORTANCE: 1-immediate cause of death (COD); 2.ureterlying COD;
3-contributory COD: 4.concomitant, significant; 5-incidental ***

Patient Name: POULTER, BARBARA
Patlenttc~'ation: AUTOPSY
Room/Bed:
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UTMB
University of Texas Medical Branch
Galveston, Texas 77555-0543
(409) 772-1238 Fax (409) 772-5683

Pathology Report

Autopsy NO,: AU-97-00435

MICROSCOPIC DESCRIPTION:
The spongiform change is evident in all areas of neocortex, varying
from mild to moderate in severity with only very mild neuronal loss and
gliosis. In the bilateral occipital lobes, there is severe loss
cortical neurons and gliosis, with a corresondinq pallor of the
underlying white matter. There is only minimal, focal spongiform change
in corpus striatum, lentiform nuclei, thalamus, hippocampus, brainstem
and cerebellum. There is no significant loss of neurons from the lateral
geniculate nucleus, and the optic chiasm and tracts are well-myelinated.

SECTIONS TAKEN:
N-l) Pituitary, N-2) Right frontal, N-3) Right inferior frontal, N-4)
Right caudate putamen. N-5) Right lentiform nuclei, N-6) Right
hippocampus, N-7) optic chiasm. N-8) Left inferior temporal lobe, N-9)
Right inferior occipital, N-10} Cerabellum. N-l1) Midbrain, N-12) Pons,
N-13) Medulla.

FINAL DIAGNOSES:
BRAIN:
1. Clinical history of rapidly progressive dementia, clinically
consistent with Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease.

a. spongiform encephalopathy, most Severe in occipital lobes, consistent
with Heidenhain variant of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.

b. Ventriculer enlargement, moderate, consistent with atrophy.
1. Communicating spherical enlargement of occipital horn of left
lateral ventricle (possible incidental congenital anomaly.

DURA; Left subdural hemorrhage, recent, minimal.

PITUITARY: Severe capillary congestion.

COMMENTS; See also western blot report from Dr. Gambetti's lab
Amyloid stains are not completed for this case as of this date. The
results, which are not essential for the diagnosis, will be reported
separately in an addendum.

(this was hand written notes)
no anyloid evident in the special stains.
no evidence of paques.

Gerald A. Campbell, M.D., Pathologist
Division of Neuropathology

(Electronic Signature}.
(Gross: 01/16/98
Final: 02/08/98

Patient Name: POULTER, BARBARA
Patient Location: AUTOPSY
Room/Bed:
Printed Date: Time: 02/09/98 - 1120

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UTMB
University of Texas Medical Branch
Galveston, Texas 77555-0543
(409) 772-1238
fax (409) 772-5683
Pathology Report


Date/Time of Death: 12/14/97
Autopsy No.: AU-97-00435

NEUROPATHOLOGY CONSULTATION

CLINICAL HISTORY
This patient was a 63-year-old white female with recent onset of
progressive dementia. She was well until September of this year, when
she noted a decrease in her visual activity and was found to have visual
field defets as well. MRI revealed no lesions in the orbits or optic
pathways. She was admitted to the hospital with the working diagnosis
of bilateral optic neuropathy for a course of intravenous
methylprednisolone, but her vision continued to deteriorate. She
developed increasing memory and speech impairment, weakness and
myoclonus. She died on 12/14/97, approximately three and one-half
months after her symptoms started.

Date/Time of Death: 12/14/97 13:30 Date/Time Autopsy: 12/15/97 15:00
Pathologist Resident: PENCIL/FERNANDEZ

GROSS DESCRIPTION:
Submitted are the brain, convexity dura and pituitary gland.

The pituitary gland is very dark and almost hemorrhagic in appearance,
but has no obvious hematoma. It is submitted totally for histology.

The right convexity dura has diffuse but minimal subdura hemorrhage,
and the dura is otherwize unremarkable.

The brain is normally developed with normal size for an adult and is
symmetric externally. It does not have apparent sulcal widening. There
is mild congestion of thc leptomeninges, which are transparent. There is
no evidence of inflammatory exudete. There is no evidence of internal
softenings or other lesions externally. The cerebral arteries have focal
atherosclerosis, but are without significant compromise of the vessels
lumens. There im no evidence of aneurysms or malformations.

The hemispheres are sliced coronally revealing, a ventricular system
which is mildly enlarged. The cortical ribbon is normal in thickness
throuqhout most of the brain, except for the inferior amd medial
occipital lobes bilaterally, where the cortex is firm, thin and has a
brownish discoloration, more severely so on the left than the right. In
addition there is a spherical enlargement of the left occipital horn of
the lateral ventricle which communicates with the remainder of the
lateral ventricle. Tho tissue of the white matter around this
enlargement is somewhat softer then in other areas. Other areas of the
brain are grossly unremarkable. The brainstem and cerebellum are sliced
transversely, revealing normal development and no evidence of gross
changes or lesions.

DICTATED BY: GERALD A. CAMPBELL, M.D., PATHOLOGIST
01/16/98

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Patient Account: 90000014-518
Med. Rec. No,: (0160)118511Q

Patient Name: POULTER, BARBARA
Age: 63 YRS DOB: 10/17/34 Sex:F Race:C
Admitting Dr.:
Attending Dr:
Date/Time Admitted: 12/14/97 1228

UTMB
University of Texas Medical Branch
Galveston, Texas 77555-0543
(409) 772-1238 Fax (409) 772-5683
Pathology Report

FINAL AUTOPSY REPORT
Autopsy Office (409)772-2858
Autopsy No.: AU-97-00435

CLINICAL SUMMARY:

This is a 63-year-old white female with a recent onset of progressive
dementia. Her past medical history is significant for hypothyroidism.
She was well until September of this year, when she noted visual
difficulty. By mid-October, she could not read the newspaper. She was
found to have a decrease in visual acuity and visual field defects. One
week after her initial evaluation, a panel of blood tests showed no
significant abnormalities and a MRI revealed some periventricular white
matter "plaque-like" areas but no lesions in the orbits or optic
pathways.

The patient had continued deterioration and distortion of her vision.
The visual field defects increased, and she was found to have
paracentral scotomas which were thought to be consistent with bilateral
optic neuropathy. Early in November, she was admitted to the hospital
for a course of intravenous methyl prednisolone.

During her hospital stay, she was noted to have short term memory and
speech impairment; her vision did not improve. She was discharged with
the diagnosis of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.

Later, the patient developed progressive dementia with marked
impairment of speech and memory. She had complete visual loss,
increased weakness and myoclonus. She died on December 14, 1997.

MF /AV
12/16/97

Patient Name: POULTER, BARBARA
Patient Location: AUTOPSY
Room/Bed:
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Patient Account: 90000014-518
Med. Rec. No.: (0160)118511Q
Patient Name: POULTER, BARBARA
Age: 63 YRS DOB: 10/17/34 Sex: F Race: C
Admitting Dr.:
Attending Dr.:
Date / Time Admitted : 12/14/97 1228

UTMB
University of Texas Medical Branch
Galveston. Texas 77555-0543
(409) 772-1238 Fax (409) 772-5683
Pathology Report

AU-97-00435

GROSS DESCRIPTION:

EXTERNAL EXAMINATION: The body is that of a 63-year-old well-nourished,
well-developed white female. There is no rigor mortis present, and there
is unfixed dependent lividity on the posterior surface. The head is
normocephalic with a moderate amount of gray, medium length scalp hair.
The irides are blue with equal pupils measuring 0.4 mm in diameter. The
nares are patent with no exudate. Dentition is fair. Buccal membranes
are normal. There is normal female hair distribution. The chest does not
have increased anterior-posterior diameter. The abdomen is slightly
protuberant. Lymph node enlargement is not present. The extremities are
unremarkable. The genitalia are those of a normal female. Two
well-healed remote scars are identified in the abdomen: one in the right
upper quadrant and another in the superpubic area.

BRAIN: The brain weighs 1450 gm. The gyri and sulci display a normal
pattern without edema or atrophy. The meninges show no abnormalities.
The circle of Willis, basilar and vertebral arteries show no significant
atherosclerosis. The brain is fixed in formalin for later examination by
a neuropathologist (see neuropathology report). No indentation of the
cingulate gyri, unci or molding of the cerebellar tonsils are noted.

SPINAL CORD: The spinal cord is not removed.

PITUITARY GLAND: The pituitary gland is removed and is fixed in formalin
for subsequent examination by a neuropathologist.

MF /AV
12/16/97


Patient Name: POULTER, BARBARA
Patient Location: AUTOPSY
Room/Bed:
Printed Date / Time: 01/30/98 - 0832

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Patient Account : 90000014-518
Med. Rec. No.: (0160)118511Q
patient Name: POULTER, BARBARA
Age: 63 YRS DOB: 10/17/34 Sex: F Race: C
Admitting Dr.:
Attending Dr,:
Date/Time Admitted: 12/14/97 1228

UTMB
University of Texas Medical Branch
Galveston, Texas 77555-0543
(409) 772-1238 Fax (409) 772-5683

Pathology Report AU-97-00435

MICROSCOPIC DESCRIPTION:

BRAIN: Histologic examination of multiple sampled areas of the brain
showed the characteristic features of Creutzfetdt-Jakob disease. These
were present in most sections, but were particularly prominent in the
occipital cortex. The spongiform degeneration was seen in the neuropil
of the gray matter as multiple vacuoles amoung numerous reactive
astrocytes and occasional neuronal cell bodies. These changes were most
notable in the basal layer of the cortex. PAS and amyloid stains will be
performed on selected sections to asses the presence of plaques.

MF /MF
01/28/98

patient Name: POULTER, BARBARA
Patient Location: AUTOPSY
Room/Bed:
Printed Date / Time: 01/30/98 - 0832

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Patient Account: 90000014-518
Med. Rec. No.: (0160}118511Q
Patient Name: POULTER, BARBARA
Age: 63 YRS DOB: 10/17/34 Sex: F Race: C
Admitting Dr.:
Attending Dr.:
Date / Time Admitted : 12/14/97 1228

UTMB
University of Texas Medical Branch
Galveston, Toxas 775550-0543
(409) 772-1238 Fax (409) 772-5683
Pathology Report

Autopsy office (409)772-2858
Autopsy No.: AU-97-00435

FINAL AUTOPSY REPORT

CLINICOPATHOLOGIC CORRELATION:

The clinical findings in this case strongly suggest the diagnosis of
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease: progressive dementia, typical EEG changes,
visual disturbances and myoclonus. These characteristics indicate this
is a "probable case of CJD", according the criteria set by the EC
Surveillance Group of Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease in Europe (1).
The definitive diagnosis of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, however, is
established by neuropathologic findings. There are three changes that
are classically described and considered diagnoseic: spongiform change,
neuronal loss and astrocytic gliosis. The presence of these can vary
significantly in proportion and distribution and often correlate with
clinical symptoms. This permits classification of the disease into
several variants.

Three variants of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease have been proposed by Roos
and Gajdusek (2): frontopyramidal, with pyramidal or lower motor neuron
involvement; occipitoparietal {Heidenhain), characterized by disorders
in higher cortical function and vision; and diffuse, with cerebral,
cortical, basal ganglia, thalamic, cerebellar, midbrain and spinal cord
involvement.

Histological examination from multiple samples of the brain in this case
revealed astrocytic gliosis, spongiform degeneration and neuronal loss.
Although these changes were seen in most sections, they were most
prominent in the occipital cortex. This correlates very well with the
clinical history of visual disturbances. Based on this finding, the
present case corresponds to the Heidenhain variant. It is not uncommon
for Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease to present with visual symptoms as the
initial manifestation of the disease. Vargas et al (3) has reported
three cases with these characteristics.

There have been numerous and significant advances in our understanding
of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and prion diseases in general. These have
been reviewed in several papers written recently, including one by
Horowich and Weissman (4).

In summary, this 63 year old female with a history of visual
disturbances and dementia of rapid progression was found to have the
neuropathologic changes characteristic of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease,
predominantly in the occipital cortex. The occipital tropism and
consequent visual symptoms indicate this case corresponds to the
Heidenhain variant.

REFERENCES:

Patient Name: POULTER, BARBARA
Patient location: AUTOPSY
Room/Bed:
Printed Date / Time: 01/30/98 * 0832

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Patient Account: 90000014-518
Med. Rec. No.: (0160)118511Q
Patient Name: POULTER, BARBARA
Age: 63 YRS DOB: 10/17/34 Sex: F Race: C
Admitting Dr.:
Attending Dr.:
Date l Time Admitted : 12/14/97 1228

UTMB
University of Texas Medical Branch
Galveston, Texas 77555-0543
(409) 772-1238 Fax (409} 772-5683
Pathology Report

Autopsy No.: AU-97-00435

FINAL AUTOPSY REPORT

CLINICOPATHOLOGIC CORRELATION:
1. Budka H, et al: Tissue handling in suspected Creutzfeldt-Jakob
disease (CJD) and other human spongiform encephalopathies
(prion diseases), Brain Pathology. 5:319-322,1995.

2. Roos R, Gajdusek DC, Gibbs CJ Jr: The clinical characteristics of
transmissible Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. Brain 96: 1-20, 1973.

3. Vargas ME, et al: Homonymous field defect as the first
Manifestation of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. American Journal of
Ophthalmology. 119:497-504, 1995.

4. Horowich AL, Weissman JS: Deadly conformations - protein misfolding
in prion disease. Cell Vol.89, 499-510, 1997.

MF /MF
01/28/98

SCOT D. PENCIL, M.D., PATHOLOGIST
MARTIN FERNANDEZ, M.D.
01/29/98
(Electronic Signature)


Patient Name: POULTER, BARBARA
Patient Location: AUTOPSY
Room/Bed:
Printed Date / Time: 01/30/98 - 0832

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The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston

Gerald A, Campbell, Ph.D., M.D,
Associate Professor and Director
Division of Neuropathology
Department of Pathology

February 26, 1998

Pieduigi Gambetti, M.D.
Professor
Institute of Pathology
Case Western Reserve University
2085 Adelbert Road
Cleveland Ohio 44106

Dear Dr, Gambetti:

Enclosed please find the microscopic slides and autopsy report from our
patient, Barbara Poulter (Hosp.# 11851lQ, Autopsy # AU97-435). These
slides are being sent for consultation at the request of Mr. Singletary,
Ms. Poulter's son and next of kin. We will also send frozen tissue from
the brain on dry ice next week, and someone will call you on the day
the tissue is shipped. Please return the slides when you have finished
with your examination. If you need any further information, please do
not hesitate to call me. Thanks for your assistance with this case.

Sincerely,
Gerald A. Campbell
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CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY

February 26, 1988

Gerald Campbell, M.D,, PhD.
Division of Neuropathology, G85
University TX Medical Branch
Galveston, TX 77555-0785

Dear Dr. Campbell,

As per our telephone conversation concerning a recent case of CJD, I
Will be willing to examine slides and the frozen tissue on western
blotting, I will issue a report to you about our conclusions. Below is
my address, Our Fed Ex number is XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.

Thank your for your assistance in this matter,

Best personal regards,

Pierluigi Gambetti, M.D.

PG:In

Division of Neuropathology
Pierluigi Gambetti, M.D. Director
Institute Of Neuropathology
2085 Adelbert Road
Cleveland, Ohio 44106

Phone 216-368-0587
Fax 216-368-2546
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CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY

February 27, 1998

Dr. Gerald A. Campbell
The University of Texas
Medical Branch at Galveston
Division of Neuropathology, G85
Galveston. TX 77555-0785

Dear Dr. Campbell,

We are in receipt of the slides you sent on Mrs. Barbara Poulter (your
#: AU97-435;our#098-28).

Best personal regards,
Pierluigi Gambetti, M.D.

PG:sb

Division of Neuropathology
Pierluigi Gambetti, M.D., Director
-----------------------------------
CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY

March 30, 1998

Dr. Gerald A, Campbell
The University of Texas
Medical Branch at Galveston
Division of Neuropathology
Department of Pathology
Galveston, Texas

Dear Dr Campbell,

We performed Western immunoblot analysis on the frozen tissue from your
case #AU97-435 (our #098-28). The Immunoblot reveals the presence of
protease-resistant prion probein (PrPres) confirming the diagnosis of
prion disease. The immunoblot pattern of PrPres is consistent with the
diagnosis of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.

Thank you for referring to us this interesting case.

Sincerely,

Piero Parchi, M.D.

Pierluigi Gambetti, M.D.

PP:sb

Division of Neuropathology
Pierluigi Gambetti, M.D., Director
Case Western Reserve University

This Autopsy report is for the use of anyone, who is trying to
understand this hideous disease CJD. I hope it can be benificial for
some in researching human TSE. Please remember, this was my Mom, and
to use this with great respect.

thank you,
kind regards,

Terry S. Singeltary Sr., Bacliff, Texas USA

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From: Jeff (webwizard.vegsource.org)
Subject: Very interesting letter from son of CJD victim -- and
alleged connection to cows

Date: April 22, 1998 at 19:53:42 EST

This was sent to Oprah Winfrey, reprinted here by permission:

I am the madson of a deadmom who died of madcow.(heidenhain variant
creutzfeldt-jacob disease.) I sat with her for 10 weeks and watched
as this hidious disease ate her brain up. She wrote in her journal
that she started to see brown spots on sept. 27, 1997. These were her
first symptoms -- apprx.10 days later she was blind, about 2 weeks
later she had lost control of her coordination, walking, and speech.

She would get these uncontrolable jerks that at
times would take 3 of us to hold her down. Around the
8th week she was totally bedridden. She died in the
10th week on 12-14-97. THANK GOD!

If you ever see this disease, as I did with my mom,
you will truly believe that madcow is here. I truely
believe that is what my mom died of. They can call it
what ever they want to.

Now, I will take this a step further. My neighbor's
mother also died of c.j.d. She died on 12-14-96, they
had diagnosed it as Alzheimers, until the autopsy he demanded
ruled out alzheimers and ruled in c.j.d.

About a month ago my neighbor called me over, he had
been going through some old boxes of his mom's
and came across some pills he thought I should see.
When I read the ingredients I just about sh*t!

INGREDIENTS: vacuum dried bovine brain, bone meal,
bovine eye, veal bone, bovine liver powder,
bovine adrenal, vacuum dried bovine kidney, and
vacuum dried porcine stomach. It was a cow in a pill!
This woman taking these pills died of c.j.d. Could
it be madcow in a pill?

I called the texas dept. of health (T.D.H.) the
next day, and the following day they were out here and
got the pills. I had located the manufacture and
called with a bogus story and a list of doctors that
would prescribe them in houston. The T.D.H. called a
few days later, asking for the list of doctors, their
phone numbers, and told me they would take it from there.
I need not persue it any further!

Not to long ago, 4 or 5 weeks, a girl showed up at
my door. She had called crying a week earlier and
could not talk. She had seen a story on T.V. about
my mother. Anyway, when I first saw her I knew she
had seen it too (madcow). Her mother had died of
c.j.d. on 2-14-97.

This disease is here and you can call it what ever you
want, c.j.d., n.v.c.j.d., hvCJD, b.s.e. or madcow, for
what it is. But, that young man who died of n.v.c.j.d.
in England, Steve Churchhill, had the exact same
symptoms as my mother. There is also a girl in Ft. Worth
Texas who called me. She had seen an article
about my mom in the dallas morning news. Her dad had died
of c.j.d. so far we have come up with about
18 people who has died of c.j.d. in texas, 15 confirmed.
I have heard from other people its up to 32.

I am tired of hearing this crap about nv-cjd being
in just young people. That same old line about how
nv-cjd victims are much younger and their clinical
course from first sign of symtoms to death is much
longer. Any diseases clinical course is going to be
longer in younger people, because their body and
organs are much younger and healthier. But, in the
end, their brains are full of spongiform holes, just like
the older folks. Just because the plaques are more
extreme, does not mean its a different disease. Could
it not be just a more extreme case of typical c.j.d.????

Greed is what it is all about. They banned feeding
cattle to cattle. But, are still allowed to feed those
downer cows to pork and poultry. Then they are still
allowed to feed the pork and poultry byproducts
back to the cows. Now Dr. Gibbs writes that the
prion-protien can survive the digestinal track and
composting process. So the prion-protein goes right
back to the cow. We must ban feeding all animals to
animals. Its just an endless cycle of greed thats
killing people.

I have requested that further test be done on my moms
brain.(frozen tissue, paraffeine sections and
serum) be sent to case western reserve university in
Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Pierre Lugi Gambetti.

I hope you find some interest in this. I just don't
believe we are being told everything. The gov. lied
about asbestos for 75 years.

P.S.-- the results from Case Western Reserve Universitiy,
on my Mothers Brain, came back positive for
the prion protein PrPres, confirming the prion disease.........

kind regards,
Terry S. Singelary Sr.
Bacliff, Texas USA

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THE NEXT ONE JUST MIGHT BE YOU...TSS]]]

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