More Funding For Detection Of Possible Zoonotic Diseases Needed, Animal Health Group Says

Reuters: Animal health body calls for more spending on disease detection
“More money needs to be spent on detecting disease in domestic and wild animals, an intergovernmental group said on Wednesday, following a series of bird flu outbreaks and previous mutations of animal viruses into ones that can be passed between humans…” (La Hamaide/Miles, 12/3).

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