• 01/07/2020
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    Vector-borne diseases

    Vector-borne diseases

    Vector-borne diseases (illnesses caused by parasites, viruses and bacteria transmitted by arthropod vectors) comprise a significant part of cases treated by veterinarians in certain parts of Europe. These diseases are often characterized by long incubation or subclinical periods, have variable clinical signs, which may be nonspecific, unpredictable transmission patters, persisting infection and significant zoonotic potential.

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    • 30/06/2020
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    FECAVA IVC Evidensia Student Travel Scholarship recipients 2020

    FECAVA IVC Evidensia Student Travel Scholarship recipients 2020

    We are happy to announce the FECAVA IVC Evidensia Student Travel Scholarship recipients 2020 who will join us at the Congress in March in Warsaw. Congratulations! 🇭🇷 Mihajlo Jaković 🇨🇿 Zuzana Klimova 🇪🇪 Maare Mottus 🇩🇪 Emmanuel Meyer 🇱🇻 Kristine Krumina 🇱🇻 Ruta Zukure 🇷🇴 Vanda Zota 🇹🇷 Faiz Mohammad Revzan 🇸🇮 Eva Zupec 🇬🇧

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    • 16/06/2020
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    EMA Informative Infographics in 22 languages

    EMA Informative Infographics in 22 languages

    Informative Infographics Categorisation of antibiotics for use in animals for prudent and responsible use published by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) are now available in 22 European languages.  

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    • 14/06/2020
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    A dog is for life, not just for lockdown

    A dog is for life, not just for lockdown

    The slogan came from the Dog Trust, the largest dog welfare charity in the UK responding to an increase of Google searches for »buy a puppy« by 120% after the lockdown. Later, the demand and prices for puppies rocketed in the UK. The Economist reports that families are looking for ways to entertain their children

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