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As per OIE 60% of known human diseases are having the origin of the animal source . The world wide incidence of zoonoses is of great concern more so over for developing countries. At global landscape, we are facing emergence and re-emergence of zoonotic diseases. The pandemic of animal origin diseases like swine flu, avian flu, SARS etc have its own impact, along with the threat of bioterrorism. Disease outbreaks and zoonotic nature of diseases in developing countries like India have a very devastating socio-economic impact on the farmers, persons involved in related occupation and the people consuming animal products and byproducts.

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Dr. S. P. Chaudhari

Principal Investigator &
Associate Professor & Head
Department of Veterinary Public Health
Nagpur Veterinary College,
Seminary Hills, Nagpur-440006

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