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Ebola

What’s after Ebola? The Race to Stop the Next Pandemic A Vet's Life
What’s after Ebola? The Race to Stop the Next Pandemic
What will be the next global pandemic? Find out who's looking into it and what they think.
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CDC, People, and Pets A Vet's Life
What Does the CDC do for People and Pets?
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) do more than predict outbreaks and develop vaccines. The CDC is also very involved in researching emerging diseases that are transmitted from animals to humans as well as diseases that impact our pets. Learn more about how the CDC works to keep both people and pets healthy.
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New Veterinary Quarantine Guidelines for Pets Potentially Exposed to Ebola Virus Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
New Veterinary Quarantine Guidelines for Pets Potentially Exposed to Ebola Virus
New Ebola guidelines from the AVMA and CDC could prevent panic and save pets from euthanasia.
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Dallas Nurse Reunites with Beloved Dog after Successful Ebola Treatment A Pet's Life
Dallas Nurse Reunites with Beloved Dog after Successful Ebola Treatment
After weeks of separation, Nina Pham is reunited with her dog. Both Ebola free!
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CDC Releases Information about Ebola and Pets Dog Diseases & Conditions A-Z
CDC Releases Information about Ebola and Pets
The CDC answers questions about Ebola in pets. Learn the often misunderstood facts about Ebola and your dogs or cats.
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Ebola-Stricken Medical Worker’s Dog at Risk of Euthanasia A Vet's Life
Ebola-Stricken Medical Worker’s Dog at Risk of Euthanasia
The Spanish government has said they will euthanize Excalibur the dog in response to his exposure to the Ebola virus. Click hear to learn about those trying to save Excalibur.
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A Vet's Life
Can Ebola Spread to Dogs and Cats? First US Case Heightens Concerns
The Ebola outbreak in Africa has many wondering if dogs and cats could have an outbreak of their own. Especially now that the first Ebola case has been reported in the US, we think it's important to talk about the risks of Ebola in the animal world.
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