Eco-epidemiological approach to management of tuberculosis in free-ranging and captive wildlife, An
Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease of global importance affecting millions of humans, livestock, and wildlife. Control and eventual eradication of TB depends on dedicated management actions for all species. Accurately diagnosing TB can be challenging in wildlife species, for which validated tests may be unavailable or of limited sensitivity or specificity. Managing TB in wildlife poses additional difficulties, requiring considerable time and resources to implement at an appropriately broad scale. Each unique ecosystem where TB occurs requires management interventions designed to meet the area's ...