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Diagnosing fatal sinker syndrome and implementing treatment Plan A

May 1, 2012

Part 4 in a series on understanding the disease progression of abnormal hoof anatomy.

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Piedmont, Hisun sign agreement to develop animal pharmaceuticals

May 1, 2012

Piedmont Pharmaceuticals and Zhejiang Hisun Pharmaceuticals have signed a joint agreement to develop companion animal health pharmaceuticals for China and other markets worldwide.

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Mayo Clinic, veterinary schools explore new ways to predict, control seizures

May 1, 2012

New collaborative research being conducted by veterinary colleges, the Mayo Clinic and other organizations will investigate new ways to predict and control epileptic seizures in dogs and people.

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Veterinarian, National Medal of Science winner leads research on human male fertility

May 1, 2012

Veterinarian Ralph Brinster has published a new 14-year study that could reveal the keys to increased male fertility after treatment of childhood cancer.

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Oral squamous cell carcinoma in cats

May 1, 2012

Tips for catching this invasive neoplasia as early as possible.

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Let the laminitis data gathering begin!

April 1, 2012

U.S. and Canadian equine practitioners are asked to submit data for AAEP laminitis study.

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Overweight horses: An increasing problem

April 1, 2012

Using grazing muzzles may help limit intake and reduce the chance of overfeeding.

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Texas A&M, medical school team up against canine lymphoma

April 1, 2012

College Station, Texas — A study shows that a new immunotherapy for dogs diagnosed with advanced-stage non-Hodgkins lymphoma (NHL) could improve their survival time and quality of life.

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AVMA rebuts reports of rise in distemper cases due to new viral strains

April 1, 2012

Schaumburg, Ill. — The American Veterinary Medical Association is rebutting claims made by multiple media outlets that an increase in distemper cases at shelters are due to new virus strains.

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