Veterinary viral diseases their significance in south east asia and the western pacific proceedings of an international seminar on virus diseases of veterinary importance in south east asia and the western pacific held at australian national animal health laboratory csiro geelong australia 27 30 august 1984. Abstract over the past 6 years a number of zoonotic and vectorborne viral diseases have emerged in southeast asia and the western pacific vectorborne disease agents discussed in this article include japanese encephalitis barmah forest ross river and chikungunya viruses. Although disease patterns change constantly communicable diseases remain the leading cause of mortality and morbidity in least and less developed countries despite decades of economic growth and development in countries that belong to the world health organization who south east asia region. Overview the trend toward globalization of the economy is most evident across asia australia and the pacific region common political interests are among the driving forces bringing together countries in asia along with the united states and other countries in the pacific region. Yu qiu currently works at the sub regional representation for south east asia world organisation for animal health oie yu does research in veterinary medicine and infectious diseases
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