Preventing and controlling zoonotic tuberculosis: a One Health approach.

  title={Preventing and controlling zoonotic tuberculosis: a One Health approach.},
  author={John B Kaneene and Roseann Miller and James Harlan Steele and Charles O. Thoen},
  journal={Veterinaria italiana},
  volume={50 1},
The expression One Health refers to the unified human and veterinary approach to zoonoses, an approach that used to be identified with Medicine throughout the 20th Century. Zoonotic tuberculosis (TB), a disease due to bacteria of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex, is a recognized global public veterinary health problem. The significance of the health and economic threats posed by zoonotic TB has been recognized by several global health agencies, which have called for control and… CONTINUE READING

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