Preparing for the next big disease outbreak is better than reacting

04/18/2012 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Epidemiologist and veterinarian Sharon Deem, director of the St. Louis Zoo's Institute for Conservation Medicine, writes that the world is in the midst of an "infectious disease crisis" and that preventive actions, rather than reactionary plans, are the best way to protect human and animal health. Otherwise, she writes, the impact of diseases could be more far-reaching than we imagine.

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