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Combating the threat of zoonotic infections (2008)

(2008)

Most new human pathogens reported in the past 25 years, such as influenza and SARS, have zoonotic origins. The risk of zoonotic infection, that is any infection transmissible between vertebrate animals and humans, is predicted to continue to increase. The European Academies Science Advisory Council (EASAC) today publishes a policy report giving evidence-based recommendations on how to combat the threat of zoonotic infections for man and animals.

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Dr. Christiane Diehl

Stellv. Leiterin: IAP und NASAC; Leiterin der EASAC-Geschäftsstelle

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