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Africa needs to prioritize One Health approaches that focus on the environment, animal health and human health

Akaninyene Otu, Emmanuel Effa, , Simeon Cadmus, Chinwe Ochu, Rauna Athingo, Eve Namisango, Dimie Ogoina, Friday Okonofua, Bassey Ebenso
Published: 20 May 2021
Nature Medicine , Volume 27, pp 943-946; doi:10.1038/s41591-021-01375-w

Abstract: Urbanization, armed conflict, and deforestation in African countries have increased the risk of zoonotic infections, which requires a One Health approach focused on the environment, animal health and human health.
Keywords: Pathogens / Viral infection / Biomedicine / general / Cancer Research / Metabolic Diseases / Infectious Diseases / Molecular Medicine / Neurosciences

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