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Reports have demonstrated that the injection of BCG significantly reduces the progression and severity of Mycobacterium bovis infection in badgers.

Date
9 November 2010
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Gut commensal bacteria could play a role in influencing the outcome of oral BCG vaccination

Date
9 October 2018
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Vaccination of badgers will start in 2010.

Date
26 March 2009
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Research suggests that culling raises the rate of TB infection in badgers and that infection may be transmitted from cattle to badgers.

Date
4 October 2006
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Contacts between badgers and cattle happen more often than previously thought.

Date
7 May 2009
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The UK Government has announced the suspension of badger culling in reactive treatment areas of the Randomised Badger Culling Trial. The decision was taken following recent findings indicating an increase in bovine tuberculosis (TB) cases in these areas.

Date
5 November 2003
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Local transmission mechanisms appear to drive the spread of the disease, researchers say.

Date
5 September 2013
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The spread of TB in UK cattle herds has been blamed on badgers for many years, and has led to the British government threatening their culling, if this transmission was scientifically supported. However, recent findings appear to dispute this theory.

Date
2 June 2005
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Research suggests that wildlife-friendly farming reduces the risk of bovine tuberculosis.

Date
8 March 2006
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Field trials recommended by the EU would have to be extremely large to show a benefit of vaccination, researchers say

Date
12 June 2018