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ANIMAL HEALTH MATTERS
ISSUE 19  January 2019
 
   
 
How human medicine benefits from advancements in animal health
 
Ready to see One Health in action? Discover a few of the life-saving human medicine advances that began with animal health research. Then, read our story of how scientists discovered a treatment for a parasitic disease called river blindness, which has saved the sight of millions of people and earned a Nobel Prize.
 
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Human medicines pioneered in animal health
 
 
 
We know human and animal health are closely interconnected. We take a look at some of the most astonishing examples of human health discoveries which were borne from animal medicines.
 
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Spotlight on river blindness
 
 
 
The discovery of ‘wonder drug’ ivermectin has been hailed as arguably one of the biggest medical discoveries, which led to scientists receiving a Nobel Prize for their work. But it had humble beginnings, starting life as a parasiticide in livestock. Find out how it changed the lives of millions.
 
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