TB transmission route revealed?

Buss, Jessica
July 2002
Farmers Weekly;7/5/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 1, p37
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Reports on the evidence of a route of tuberculosis infection from badgers to cattle. Prevention of badgers inside the farm; Actions needed to control badger access inside the farm.


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