par Schoenaers, Françoise
Référence Acta Tuberculosea et Pneumologica Belgica, 69, 1, page (53-59)
Publication Publié, 1978
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : The fight carried on in Belgium against bovine tuberculosis has proven to be very effective: more than 99.9% of Belgian farms are unaffected; the pig, the dog, and the cat, except for very rare instances, are no longer affected. This success has favorable repercussions on the hygienic quality of meat, milk, and milk by-products, as well as on public health. Vigilance remains, however, indispensable.