An Animal disease reporting program for Indiana
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An Animal disease reporting program for Indiana

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      There is a rapid awakening throughout the United States to a need for adequate reporting of communicable diseases in animals, particularly those diseases which may be transmitted to man. Several States now have system s for reporting and are working to improve their system s by solving the problems which they have encountered. The Indiana program is being developed to improve methods of reporting by the veterinarian, to initiate an organized procedure for handling the data, to provide regular reports to the veterinarian and other interested parties, and finally to render, or assist in rendering, indicated services in communicable disease control based on the information gained from the reporting. The success of such a program depends upon the enthusiastic cooperation of the veterinary profession, the State health department, the State department of agriculture, the chief State livestock sanitary officials, other interested agencies, and the farmer or other owner of animals.
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      CDC Bull. 1951Oct;10(10):1-2
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