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    Default U/D 29.01.18 results - FHB survey - Origin of RHDV infection in domestic rabbits .

    Copied from Frances Harcourt-Brown's Facebook page:

    "I've set up a survey into the origin of RHD infection. It is sometimes a mystery how rabbits get the infection. My plan is to publish the results on my website and keep them updated. Here is the link:



    https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/8X7QPY9"
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    She is so dedicated, I hope her research is fruitful & we can learn something from so many sad bunny losses

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    She is so dedicated, I hope her research is fruitful & we can learn something from so many sad bunny losses
    She is. I don't think people always fully appreciate that dedication given that she's retired yet spends a massive amount of time (and money) on research projects. We are so lucky she's doing all this for bunnies.
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    Still more questions than answers then............

    Except that so far the Filivac seems to be very effective.


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    Thank you. Very interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny Buddy View Post
    Thanks for highlighting the update BB XX


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny Buddy View Post

    Thanks BB

    Roxy has already updated my RHD2 thread

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