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Entertainment A retired INRAE ​​agent dies from CREUTZFELD-JAKOB

20:53  30 november  2021
20:53  30 november  2021 Source:   parismatch.com

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a retired agent of the INRAE-Env (National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and the Environmental National Veterinary School From Toulouse) died on November 4, said the INRAE ​​at AFP. He had worked in a praying laboratory.

  Un agent retraité de l'INRAE décède des suites de la maladie de Creutzfeld-Jakob © Jacopin / BSIB / BSIB via AFP

The INRAE ​​confirmed Tuesday the death of an elder of his agents with Creatzfeld-Jakob (CJD), and whose case motivated the decision of a suspension by Public laboratories of praying work since July.

The retired Aree-Env (National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and the Environmental National Veterinary School of Toulouse) died on November 4, said the INRAE ​​at AFP .

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This death had been reported by the CGT section of the establishment, then by the world.

Fast and fatal degeneration of the central nervous system

The MJC - one of the prayed diseases that are prayed better under the name of "mad cow disease" - is rare and characterized by a rapid and fatal degeneration of the central nervous system. It can be of sporadic origin (which occurs randomly), the most common form, of genetic origin or finally infectious after a contamination.

The agent, who had worked in a praying research laboratory, was probably with a new variant of the CMJ, according to Public Health France, cited by the INRAE. Public health France had referenced the person as "probable case" of MCJ on his epidemiological picture of September.

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This case motivated the suspension, in July, work on the prions of the laboratories of the INRAE, the ANSES, CEA, CNRS and INSERM. A prolonged suspension since October, until the end of the year.

This period must allow laboratories to re-evaluate all of their safety measures, as well as a joint inspection mission by the Ministries of Research and Agriculture to make its recommendations on the subject.

An internal investigation at the INRAE-Env Common Laboratory was conducted to bring together the elements on working conditions and possible sources of exposure of this retirement agent, according to the INRAE.

His death is the second accident of this kind for a person who worked on prions.

An engineering assistant, who had been injured in 2010 during an experiment, had died of the sickness of the disease in 2019.

in 2020, a study of the New England Journal of Medecine, based on his case, concluded to A potential causal link between this incident and its disease.

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