All cases end with the death of the animal.
Unbelievable, but true, sometimes reality is beyond the fiction. Whether according to the Indiana State Department of Health, the symptoms of this strange disease affecting the deer are: loss of appetite, face expression in white, rotting, drooping ears, tooth grinding and walking in the same repeating patterns, what film of the horrors
The worry is that the disease was first discovered in 1967 and is growing in different North American countries. Although the form of the infection is not known, the primary risk is considered to be direct contact with the diseased animal.
So far, there is no evidence that the disease can affect humans, although there are diseases in people with similar characteristics present in animals. However, it has not been possible to establish any association with the syndrome.
Research does not rule out that invitation "Chronic cachexia" can develop in humans; for the same reason, scientists from the United States have been exploring this strange condition with other species for years to find out whether any future mutation could affect people, which would be terrible.