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November 2017 SHIC eNewsletter

SHIC Monitoring Bat-Sourced Coronavirus Variant in China
SHIC Funds Project to Develop a Model to Predict Disease Outbreaks
Access SHIC Rapid Response Corps Training and Resources
Need More Diagnostics? Short on Funds? SHIC Diagnostic Fee Support Can Help
SHIC Facilitates Communication on Swine Disease Issues

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October 2017 SHIC eNewsletter

SHIC’s US Swine Disease Monitoring System Underway
SHIC Rapid Response Corps Training Now Live
SHIC Reports PRRSv Diagnostic Progress in Uruguay
Oral Fluid ELISA Tests Funded
SHIC Leverages Leman Conference Attendance
SHIC Diagnostic Fee Support Fills Financial Gaps

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September 2017 SHIC eNewsletter

SHIC Studying Tools to Prevent Pathogen Transmission in Feed
SHIC Shares Practitioner’s View on Novel PRRS in Manitoba
SHIC Working Groups Provide Insight, Experience, and Direction
SHIC Funds Near Real-Time Global Swine Disease Monitoring System
SHIC Works to Validate Methods to Monitor Feed for Swine Pathogens

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August 2017 SHIC eNewsletter

SHIC Funds Near-Real Time Global Swine Disease Surveillance System
PRRS in Uruguay and SVA in Colombia Demand Attention
2017 SHIC Swine Disease Matrix Research Targets Oral Fluids
Emerging Disease Communications Strategy Formed
SHIC Diagnostic Fee Support Fills Financial Gaps

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July 2017 SHIC eNewsletter

Soybean Meal and DDGs Implicated as Disease Carriers
SHIC Study on Secondary Markets Helps Understand Risks
Swine Disease Response Council Formed. Finally.
Emerging Disease? Who Do You Call?
SHIC Diagnostic Fee Support Leads to Answers

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June 2017 SHIC eNewsletter

Diagnostic Support Fuels Search for Answers
Pathogen Transmission Via Feed May Be Possible
Central Nervous System Cases Prompt Concern
SHIC Monitoring New Incidence of Classical Swine Fever Virus Circulating in China
Industry Organizations Lead Planning for a National Bio-surveillance System for US Swine Industry

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