Due to its potentially devastating economic impact, researchers have been hard at work studying this contagious respiratory disease
Equine influenza epidemics date as far back as 433 A.D. In more recent times, an 1872 outbreak in Canada and the northeastern United States brought all equine-based commerce, transportation, and services to a standstill—an estimated 80-99% of horses in the region were affected, with 1-2% dying. It only took 90 days for this epidemic to spread from Toront
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