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Europe's number 1 scientific network signs off with launch of new report
Date:10/15/2009

c Escherichia Coli (VTEC), Q-fever, pig trichinellosis and food-borne virus diseases
  • A real-time surveillance network of food-borne infections in Europe (PulseNet Europe)
  • An online atlas comprising a series of maps showing the spread and incidence of the 10 most important types of Salmonella in Europe ('Salmonella Atlas')
  • A new serological test that measures antibodies in blood serum as an indicator of past infection, offering a more accurate picture of disease incidence
  • The first ever food-based detections in Europe of particular genes associated with resistance to beta-lactam, aminoglycoside and flouroquinolone antibiotics
  • Identification of infection rates in different countries of food-borne disease in humans
  • New methods of assessing risks to consumers and the impact of control measures, and
  • Identification of the burden of infection of food-borne disease the costs and impact to the community.

    Med-Vet-Net's most enduring legacy however, will be its own continuing existence.

    The newly formed Med-Vet-Net Association, comprising all 14 of the Network's scientific partners, will build on the success of its predecessor, strengthening the existing partnerships and forging new collaborations both within Europe and around the world.

    Dr Valrie Baduel of the French Food Safety Agency and President of the Med-Vet-Net Association, said the Network's success has ensured Europe is in the fittest possible state to tackle the scourge of zoonotic diseases, but the fight must continue.

    "The new horizons are new diseases, which is why it is essential we maintain the momentum of Med-Vet-Net and continue to develop and remain a major focus for European activities targeting the prevention and control of zoonoses."


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