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Experts from the Veterinary Council of Nigeria (VCN) yesterday said the deaths recorded during the recent Ebola outbreak in the country was due to the lack of partnership between medical doctors and veterinarians in the country.
A veterinarian, Prof. Debo Ogungbade of the Health Services: Health and Human Behaviours, pointed out that no animal expert lost his life to the Ebola outbreak.
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