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Challenges to quality testing for bovine tuberculosis in Ireland; perspectives from major stakeholders
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    Challenges to quality testing for bovine tuberculosis in Ireland; perspectives from major stakeholders

    The above paper highlights some of the issues raised within the Irish bovine TB eradication scheme since its inception in 1955. It addresses them in the same manner by which they were addressed historically, ie, qualitative opinions of stakeholders' perceptions on the quality of testing. Such single-issue analysis had led to debates being more political than a scientific assessment of the scheme, which was what was required t...

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