CJD is the abbreviations of Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease that refers to a subcortical dementia characterized by a quick progression connected to "mad cow disease" transmitted between humans via transplants of affected neural tissue, through cornea transplants, or contamination via medical procedures, and its variants can cross species through consumption of tainted meat containing neural tissue.

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