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The veterinarian's role in the AIDS crisis


Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 201(11): 1683-1684
The veterinarian's role in the AIDS crisis
This article discusses several zoonotic conditions as AIDS-defining disease. These diseases, which are considered diagnostic for AIDS are toxoplasmosis, cryptosporidiosis, salmonellosis, cryptococcosis, and Mycobacterium avian infection.


Accession: 002530909

PMID: 1293104



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