Oregon State Study Links Virus to 2001 Kentucky Abortions

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Veterinary researchers at Oregon State University (OSU) announced today that they have linked a major abortion epidemic in Central Kentucky mares in 2001 to vesivirus infection. This marks the first time the virus has been suggested to cause this type of problem in horses.

The findings, which were just published in the American Journal of Veterinary Research,

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