Published in Vaccine Weekly, May 25th, 2005
"Rural poultry flocks in developing countries make little use of conventional vaccines or therapies. Appropriate vaccines must be robust, cheap, and suited for local production in relatively unsophisticated laboratories. Only diseases producing high mortalities warrant attention. Appropriate therapies depend on local ethnoveterinary knowledge. Newcastle disease is the most important constraint to the productivity of village chicken flocks. The Australian...
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