Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra)
Like it is in humans, MRSA is one of the most important emerging infectious disease problems in companion animals. MRSA infections can have devastating impacts on animals, and on the relationships of people and their pets. The ability of MRSA to move between people and their pets is of tremendous concern. Jill Moss is an active member of Defra’s MRSA working group which brings together vets, human and animal health officials and, through Jill, pet owners to determine the scope of the problem and ways to minimise the impact of MRSA on animal treatment and to consider whether this has any relevance to MRSA in humans’.
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