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Investing in animal health research to alleviate poverty.

  title={Investing in animal health research to alleviate poverty.},
  author={Brian D Perry and Thomas Fitz Randolph and John McDermott and Keith R. Sones and Philip K. Thornton},
Methodology in recording data on pig health and production in the Lao People's Democratic Republic
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Misdiagnosis and inadequate protection during antibiotic handling in the farms increased the risk of antibiotic resistance development and spread and appropriate education and veterinary interventions are needed to prevent resistant bacteria from becoming endemic in pork and pig farm communities.
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