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One Health news headlines

Canine-human cancer finding could advance new therapies Canine-human cancer finding could advance new therapies
Researchers confirm molecular similarities between oral tumours. Read More

WSAVA One Health Award presented to Dr Thinlay Bhutia

WSAVA One Health Award presented to Dr Thinlay Bhutia

Dr Bhutia was recognised for his work on rabies...

WSAVA One Health Award presented to Dr Thinlay Bhutia

Survey highlights vets' AMR concerns
BVA calls on pet owners to work with their vet to tackle the threat. Read More

Cat bacteria treats skin infection, study finds

Cat bacteria treats skin infection, study finds
Researchers discovered a strand of cat bacteria that is resistant to eczema. Read More


Engaging clients in One Welfare

Engaging clients in One Welfare
Dr Anne McBride speaks on encouraging clients in conservation and One Welfare through their own small pets. Read More

Llama antibodies show

Llama antibodies show "significant potential" as COVID-19 treatment
Nanobodies can effectively target the SARS-CoV-2 virusRead More


Amphibian foam could aid drug delivery in humans, study finds

Amphibian foam could aid drug delivery in humans, study finds

Foam from wild tngara frogs could reduce...


Dog vaccination for rabies essential for preventing spread to humans

Dog vaccination for rabies essential for preventing spread to humans

A coordinated and sustain programme of dog vaccination is the key to prevention.

Lemurs acquire drug-resistant bacteria by sharing environment with humans

Lemurs acquire drug-resistant bacteria by sharing environment with humans
The closer to people, the higher the proporation of resistant bacteria. Read More

Cat study provides insight into dementia progress

Cat study provides insight into dementia progress
The study found parallels in the development of cognitive disease in both cats and humans. Read More