Australia's campaign to eradicate bovine tuberculosis: the battle for freedom and beyond.

@article{Cousins2001AustraliasCT,
  title={Australia's campaign to eradicate bovine tuberculosis: the battle for freedom and beyond.},
  author={Debby V. Cousins and Julia N. Roberts},
  journal={Tuberculosis},
  year={2001},
  volume={81 1-2},
  pages={
          5-15
        }
}
In 1970, voluntary State-based TB control programs in Australia were replaced by a coordinated national campaign to eliminate both brucellosis and tuberculosis from the cattle population. The campaign was funded and managed under tripartite agreement by State/Territory and Commonwealth governments and Industry. The tuberculosis component of the campaign relied on test and slaughter with surveillance for the disease in abattoirs and trace-back to property of origin an essential component… CONTINUE READING
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