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Disease prevalence is much higher near the centers of each infection and declines with increasing distance from the center as would be expected with this introduced disease which is now endemic in southern Wisconsin. Since 2002, CWD prevalence within our western monitoring area has shown an overall increasing trend in all sex and age classes.
During the past 15 years, the trend in prevalence in adult males has risen from 8-10 percent to over 30 percent and in adult females from about 3-4 percent to nearly 15 percent.
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The other is located in northern Illinois and extends into southeastern Wisconsin.
Analyses of the geographic distribution of disease show that the disease is not evenly distributed throughout the affected area.
During that same time, the prevalence trend in yearling males has increased from about 2 percent to over 10 percent and in yearling females from roughly 2 percent to about 9 percent.
In 2017 the department will continue CWD surveillance in several areas throughout the state.