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Biodiversity does not reduce transmission of disease from animals to humans
Date:3/20/2013

investigation is "still in its infancy," the authors note. "Given the limited data available, conclusions regarding the biodiversity-disease relationship should be regarded with caution."

Still, Jones said, "I am very confident in saying that real progress in this field will come from understanding ecological mechanisms. We need to turn to elucidating these rather than wasting time arguing that simple species richness will always save the day for zoonotic disease risk."


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Contact: James Holland Jones
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650-723-4824
Stanford University
Source:Eurekalert

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