Infectious Salmon Anemia Reported in Wild Pacific Fish

New York Times: A farm-raised salmon, the type hit hardest by infectious salmon anemia. The spread to the wild in the Pacific Northwest was reported by researchers in British Columbia. Farms hit by the virus, infectious salmon anemia, have lost 70 percent or more of their fish in recent decades. But until now, the virus, which does not affect humans, had never been confirmed on the West Coast of North America. The researchers, from Simon Fraser University and elsewhere, said at a news conference in Vancouver that......

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