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Research suggests why bovine TB continues to spread



Research suggests why bovine TB continues to spread







Research at the University of Liverpool suggests that the failure of the current bovine tuberculosis eradication program could be partly due to a parasitic infection that hinders the tests used in cattle to diagnose bovine TB.

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