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- About Emerging DiseasesEmerging Infectious diseases that may be transmitted between animals and humans are a concern for all people, no matter what their age, gender, lifestyle, ethnic background, or economic status.
- Why Emerging Diseases?Understanding how diseases spread between hosts is of major importance. Emerging diseases are often zoonotic, that is; diseases that may be transmitted between humans and animals.
- Partners in disease eradication and preparednessMichigan is fortunate to have agencies and organizations jointly participating in the surveillance, control, and/or eradication of diseases concerning humans, wildlife and domestic animals.
- MDCH Interim Guidelines for Evaluation of US Patients Suspected of Having Ebola Virus Disease (EVD)
- MDCH Bureau of Laboratories Ebola Clinical Specimen Submission Guidelines
- Health Alert: Chikungunya Virus Infections in Travelers Returning from the Caribbean
- Fight the Bite - West Nile Virus Educational Pamphlet
- **UPDATED - 2013 Michigan Zoonotic and Vector-Borne Disease Surveillance Summary
- USDA APHIS Livestock Traceability Q & A
- Important Information Regarding Meningitis Associated with Steroid Injections
- Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) in White-Tailed Deer
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Sites of Interest
- Michigan Veterinary Medical Association
- Scrub Club to the Rescue
- Who should report conditions and diseases that threaten the health of the public?
- Michigan Office of Public Health Preparedness
- "Pestworld for kids"
- Center for Comparative Epidemiology - Michigan State University
- United States Geological Survey (USGS) National Wildlife Health Center
- United States Animal Health Association (USAHA)
- Southeast Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study (SCWDS)
- Office International des Epizooties - animal disease status world-wide
- Merck Veterinary Manual
- Bird Disease Field Manual - U.S. Geological Survey National Wildlife Health Center
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC)