Commentary: Equine Quarantine Increasingly Important

Epidemics of equine influenza in Japan and Australia during the summer of 2007 have raised questions regarding the failure of quarantine and influenza vaccination to control the spread of disease.

Expanding and increasingly mobile equine populations have changed the dynamics of equine infectious disease. For example, an increased number of Thoroughbred stallions are shuttling between the

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