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Road map for the combat of zoonoses in India



World Rabies Day
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VPH Activities in AP


The Animal Birth Control (ABC) Programme at Help in Suffering, Jaipur.

CONTACT FOR ZOONOSES RESOURCES: Phone 040 23318453
     
 

Diseases and infections which are naturally transmitted between vertebrate animals and man.

 

--- WHO, 1959

Rabies

Anthrax

Plague

Brucellosis

Japanese encephalitis

Leptospirosis

Echinococcosis

Avian influenza

After the eradication of Small-pox from this planet, and introduction of efficient preventive measures against diphtheria, measles, tetanus, polio-myelitis, pertusis and tuberculosis - - - Zoonoses will remain the most important communicable diseases and will have to receive high priority nationally and internationally.

Z Matyas & T Fujikura (1984)
WHO experts on VPH
 
       
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