Definite cases: this refers to the diagnostic status of cases. In certain cases, the diagnosis is already confirmed pathologically, in most cases by post mortem examination of brain tissue .
Possible vCJD cases: are those who meet the probable? Criteria in the Annex and are either still alive, or have died and await post mortem pathological confirmation. Those who are still alive will always be shown within the current year figures.Percent reported experience high level of of trust in medical specialists.
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