Vietnam’s Adoption Of ‘One Health’ Infectious Disease Control Methods Helps Stem Large Outbreaks

NOVA Next: How Vietnam Mastered Infectious Disease Control
“…[‘One Health’ is] a holistic approach to global health that, over the past decade, has become the dominant force in emerging infectious diseases and global health security. After that first big avian flu scare of 2003, Vietnam became an early adapter of One Health and is now a global leader. … In the global health world, One Health may not have enemies, but it does have challenges, including keeping funders interested in prevention and getting the public on board…” (Silberner, 11/5).

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