Report of the third Havemeyer workshop on infection control in equine populations.

  title={Report of the third Havemeyer workshop on infection control in equine populations.},
  author={Paul S. Morley and Maureen Anderson and B A Burgess and Helen W. Aceto and J. Benjam{\'i}n Bender and Clarence Clark and Joshua B. Daniels and Margaret A Davis and K W Hinchcliff and Joseph R. Johnson and Joann McClure and Gillian A. Perkins and N Pusterla and Josie L. Traub-Dargatz and J. Scott Weese and Ted Whittem},
  journal={Equine veterinary journal},
  volume={45 2},
Infectious diseases are an ever present threat to the health of individual horses, local, regional and national herds and the equine industry as a whole. Treating infectious disease has always been one of the foundations of veterinary medicine. However, infectious disease prevention is becoming increasingly important because of the high visibility of recent outbreaks of infectious disease, the increasing frequency and ease of national and international horse movement and emergence and re… CONTINUE READING
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