WNV and Kentucky Abortions?

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A question has been raised whether the increased number of West Nile virus (WNV) cases in Kentucky in late summer and fall 2002 contributed to a rise in fall abortions. A retrospective study by the University of Kentucky’s Livestock Disease and Diagnostic Center (LDDC), starting in July of 2002 and going through early 2003, looked at 400 equine abortions for evidence of WNV. Their findings

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