One Health and EcoHealth: the same wine in different bottles?

  title={One Health and EcoHealth: the same wine in different bottles?},
  author={François Louis Roger and Alexandre Caron and Serge Morand and Miguel Pedrono and Michel de Garine-Wichatitsky and V{\'e}ronique Chevalier and Annelise Tran and Nicolas Gaidet and Muriel Figui{\'e} and Marie-No{\"e}l de Visscher and Aur{\'e}lie Binot},
  journal={Infection Ecology \& Epidemiology},
-- (Published: 17 February 2016) Citation: Infection Ecology and Epidemiology 2016, 6: 30978 - 

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