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Rapid spread of dog disease can be stopped with diligent infection control

(Ohio State University) Protocol for keeping dogs from transmitting diseases to one another has, until now, lagged decades behind efforts to contain human infectious disease. New guidance for halting the spread of a multitude of dog diseases is now available, thanks to an effort led by veterinary experts at The Ohio State University.
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