San Francisco Shoppers React to 'Mad Cow' Case NPR's Deborah Schifrin went to a grocery store in San Francisco, Calif., to see how shoppers feel about eating meat now that so-called "mad cow" disease has been discovered in the United States.
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San Francisco Shoppers React to 'Mad Cow' Case

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San Francisco Shoppers React to 'Mad Cow' Case

San Francisco Shoppers React to 'Mad Cow' Case

San Francisco Shoppers React to 'Mad Cow' Case

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NPR's Deborah Schifrin went to a grocery store in San Francisco, Calif., to see how shoppers feel about eating meat now that so-called "mad cow" disease has been discovered in the United States.