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There are at least 25 countries in the world where contagious equine metritis (CEM) exists, or has been known to exist sometime in the past, in the native equid population (meaning horses, mules, donkeys, etc.). These countries include England, Ireland, France, Germany, and other member states of the European Union. The United States is considered "free" of CEM, meaning the disease does

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