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Current thinking on the role of vaccines in eradication strategies for Aujeszky's disease in the USA

Current thinking on the role of vaccines in eradication strategies for Aujeszky's disease in the USA

Vaccination and control of Aujeszky' s Disease: 197-208

Since 1974, the prevalence of Aujeszky's disease within the United States has increased more than 15 fold. As a result, in 1987, a national eradication programme was proposed and has been supported by the National Pork Producer's Council. Several strategies for eradicating Aujeszky's disease from herds of swine have been evaluated and proved to be successful. The appropriate use of vaccine is considered highly beneficial in many control and eradication programmes for Aujeszky's disease.

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