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A friend of mine thought this would interest me when I last visited him, and I had him send me the links discussing badger culling in the UK to control the spread of bovine tuberculosis (Mycobacterium bovis).  In addition to having an economic impact,  bovine TB also carries a zoonotic concern. I thought I would [...]

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I’m apparently still on this immunology kick, because I seem to be finding it everywhere. Heck, I recently learned that we’ve cured the allergic response to peanuts and eggs in lab mice. Check out the link, the author is hilarious and the material is interesting. These two articles offer a great look at the overall [...]

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When I first started working in an actual clinic, I was blown away with the education I received in vaccine administration. Before at the shelter my instruction included solely how to administer them and not to be bitten while doing so. Spending a minute to educate clients on vaccine reactions, the steps we took to [...]

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In my latest ScienceDirect purge, I came across this article covering Leptospirosis. I had no idea it would be such a dense read, figuring it would be a simple review of the disease with emphasis on new discoveries. I ended up using a lot of immunology references and Google searches. This article isn’t just an [...]

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