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Volume 18, Number 6—June 2012

Letter

Zoonotic Disease Pathogens in Fish Used for Pedicure

David W. Verner-JeffreysComments to Author , Craig Baker-Austin, Michelle J. Pond, Georgina S. E. Rimmer, Rose Kerr, David Stone, Rachael Griffin, Peter White, Nicholas Stinton, Kevin Denham, James Leigh, Nicola Jones, Matthew Longshaw, and Stephen W. Feist
Author affiliations: Centre for Environment, Fisheries & Aquaculture Science Weymouth Laboratory, Weymouth, UK (D.W. Verner-Jeffreys, C. Baker-Austin, M.J. Pond, G.S.E. Rimmer, R. Kerr, D. Stone, R. Griffin, P. White, N. Stinton, K. Denham, M. Longshaw, S.W. Feist); University of Nottingham, Sutton Bonington, UK (J. Leigh); Oxford Radcliffe University Hospitals, Headington, UK (N. Jones)

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Doctor fish surrounding foot during ichthyotherapy.

Figure. . Doctor fish surrounding foot during ichthyotherapy.

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