“We need a One Health strategy that emphasizes an integrated surveillance system focused on animals, food and the environment as areas of concern. This approach will allow us to see the potential health risks as they present themselves, giving us the opportunity to prevent outbreaks, rather than waiting until people are sick,” writes Dr. Lonnie J. King, dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine at the Ohio State University, on the Huffington Post today.
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