Marie Moinet : Cafe Scientifique

Leptospirosis, an important zoonosis and significant cause of production loss in livestock, burdens New Zealand agriculture. While farmers or meat-worker are at risk in New Zealand, sewer workers and people in contact with water or rodents are more at risk in France. The epidemiology of leptospirosis appears radically different in the two countries… But is it really? This comparison of the situation in both countries aims at broadening your views and go beyond the usual cliché on this disease.

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