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Old 10-05-2010, 04:17 PM   #1
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Default The Population Factor in Wildlife Diseases and their Transmission to Man

The Population Factor in Wildlife Diseases and their Transmission to Man
Friday 3 September 2010

The Population Factor in Wildlife Diseases and their Transmission to Man
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...Population-related influences are likely to increase in the short term to the detriment of both biodiversity and to manís health and that of his livestock. Sticking plasters and fire brigade act on through vaccines, better diagnosis and surveillance are important in protecting human and livestock health and even that of wild species themselves but, at the end of the day, if we are not all to live in a global allotment with no wild space at all then the underlying factors needs to be addressed urgently by policy-makers with some radical action. As with all these issues, management of resources is important and currently vital, but there is little acknowledgement that it is not so much what we do but how many people there are doing it.
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