Detecting Animal Diseases that Could Affect Humans

An upcoming Ohio conference is aimed at helping public health officials earlier detect and recognize emerging diseases in animal populations that could affect humans. The June 16 meeting, "Public Health Surveillance Using a One-Medicine Approach," is part of a new program in Ohio to help researchers catch natural and intentional animal disease outbreaks. They will use avenues such as animal

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