and diagnosis, exploring past experiences with a number of specific animal diseases. Based on the analysis of that experience, Chapter 4 considers current capabilities and limitations of the existing animal health framework and identifies key gaps in our ability to prevent, detect, and diagnose animal diseases. Finally, Chapter 5 provides recommendations for strengthening the existing system and identifies opportunities and needs for front-line prevention, detection, and diagnosis.
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