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    Mar 2015
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dicko View Post
    Johns disease in animals does not transfer to humans. Leptospirosis does move to humans, rural vets and meat workers used to be commonly infected years ago before better hygiene practices were implemented in these industries over here.
    Regarding Johnes, the historical position is that it is not transferable to humans. However more recent research has found the Johnes causative agents present in Crohn's sufferers but not in uninfected people, suggesting that Johnes bacteria really are part of the cause of clinical Crohn's. Johnes is transferred between animals through ingestion of faeces or faeces contaminated water
    'Bother' said Pooh, as he chambered another round ... Wong Far King Way



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