Piroplasmosis: Searching for Answers in Europe

The number of piroplasmosis-positive horses imported from Europe varies considerably from one country to another, according to new findings by Swiss researchers. With piroplasmosis steadily creeping across the globe in the 21st century, spreading out of its once traditional tropical/subtropical regions, these researchers have been looking into prevalence statistics to better under

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