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What causes monkeypox and how can we stop the spread? 

Monkeypox 3D graphic.

Monkeypox is a zoonotic virus, meaning it can spread from animals to humans. Image: Pixabay/SamuelFrancisJohnson

Tara Hurst
Lecturer, Biomedical Science, Birmingham City University
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