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Pig-hunting dogs and humans are at risk of a disease that can cause miscarriages and infertility

04:40 EDT 31 Jul 2017 | Physorg.COM

A disease called swine brucellosis is emerging in New South Wales, carried by feral pigs. Endemic to feral pigs in Queensland, and sometimes infecting the dogs used to hunt them, it can be transmitted to humans through blood contact with infected pigs. A number of people have already been infected in NSW.

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