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VETERINARY RESEARCHERS AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT DAVIS SHOW ELECTRONIC TRACING SYSTEMS CAN REDUCE THE EFFECT OF A DISEASE OUTBREAK

Veterinary researchers at UC Davis used their complex mathematical model to simulate an outbreak of Foot and Mouth Disease in the U.S. They compared predicted impact using an electronic tracing system, a paper-based tracing system, or no tracing system. Their results show that an electronic tracing system was highly efficient – reducing the average number of infected farms as well as the average length of the epidemic.

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