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Benefit-cost analysis of the national pseudorabies virus eradication program


, : Benefit-cost analysis of the national pseudorabies virus eradication program. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 208(2): 208-213

An epidemiological model of Aujeszky virus (ADV) was used to project future herd-to-herd disease transmission in the USA under alternative eradication or control programmes over 20 years (1993 to 2012). With expenditures at real levels equal to the mean expenditures for 1988 to 1992, it was projected that prevalence in 2012 would be 23% in higher-risk states, 10% in moderate-risk states, and 1% in lower-risk states.


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PMID: 8567375

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