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This memo is in response to an earlier inquiry regarding occupational hazards to veterinarians. Several organizations have been contacted including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (404-639-3158), the American Animal Hospital Association (303-986-2800), and the American Veterinary Medical Association (708-925-8070). According to Arnold Kaufman, DVM, at the CDC, brucellosis is the major concern among diseases that could potentially be transmitted from animals to veterinarians.

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