Researchers have expanded understanding of the potential for exposure to and infection with zoonotic pathogens in the bushmeat trade.

Scientists believe that if they can help bushmeat traders and consumers keep themselves safe, perhaps their communities can also be protected.

The team at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary
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Researchers have taken a step toward estimating the risk of disease transmission from wild meat consumption.

The team, including members of the Wildlife Conservation Society, have presented a framework to quantify the risk of zoonotic disease transmission in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Laos) bushmeat system and help improve understanding
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