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In October last year, CEVA Animal Health organised an international conference in Bordeaux. Taking a One Health approach, the conference brought together more than 120 human and veterinary cardiologists from 15 countries to discuss the latest research in their field
IN recent years, the ‘One Health’ concept has sought to address health from a more global point of view, because of the close links between human and animal health and the environment. However, opportunities to exchange knowledge between human and veterinary health are still comparatively few and far between. The joint cardiology symposium in Bordeaux gave delegates the opportunity to pool their results and study similarities and differences between human and canine patients.
‘The One Health concept often remains very theoretical,’ said Martin Mitchell, communications director of the Ceva …
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