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GALVmed (Global Alliance for Livestock Veterinary Medicines)
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Protecting livestock - improving human lives
Protecting livestock - improving human lives

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Find out how Mali pastoralists, the Fulani, are breaking free from terrible sheep & goat diseases called Peste des petits ruminants and Sheep & Goat Pox #veterinarymedicine   #veterinaryscience   #sciencenews  

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An interesting article that discusses the impact of South Sudan's civil war on cattle. The +FAOVideo (Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations) has noticed that East Coast Fever, a devastating disease transmitted by ticks in sub-Saharan Africa and kills 2 cows every minute, has now spread into other regions of South Sudan. 

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The new, simple test created by our partners +University of Dundee and +BBI Solutions to test for devastating African cattle disease via the #DundeeCourier

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First-ever vaccine against major cause of #epilepsy in developing world as reported in today's The Times. View the attached photo to read the article featuring our partnership with the University of Melbourne and Indian Immunologicals and funded by the UK Government. If you have a subscription to The Times you can also read it here: https://lnkd.in/dpk2Y7s
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Have you heard about how you can take part in our and @AgResults new #Brucellosis Vaccine Prize Competition? It's a $30 million prize competition to develop a B. melitensis vaccine. AgResults and GALVmed representatives will be hosting a free WebEx phone call today at 11 am EST/4pm British Summer Time today. You can join the talk here: http://bit.ly/29EZ96X
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Sheila Voas, Chief Veterinary Officer for Scotland, visited us at the UK Government's Department for International Development marquee at the #RoyalHighlandShow  in Edinburgh. We're funded by the UK Government and are sharing how smallholder livestock keepers in Africa and South Asia are supported through this funding.
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