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Lucas Pantaleon

Surveillance of infectious diseases such as bovine tuberculosis (bTB), relies on ability of participants to follow protocols. Methods to evaluate the effectiveness of animal surveillance systems use epidemiological and, for cost-effective evaluations, economic data. It is well known that the effectiveness of disease surveillance systems relies mostly on the willingness of their actors to participate and follow prescribed practices.

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