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Articles by Robert M. Miller, DVM

Mind Over Miller: 50 years of snow and CE

May 1, 2009

One day in 1959, I saw an ad about a CE conference for physicians being held at a ski resort in Sun Valley, Idaho. "Hey," I thought. "Why can't we do that?"

Mind Over Miller: We're pretty good

Apr 1, 2009

When I was 50 years old, I bragged that I had never been in a hospital except when I was born and for three days when I had bacillary dysentery while I was in the Army.

Mind Over Miller: The eyes have it

Mar 1, 2009

As every practitioner knows, men are more likely to faint or get sick to their stomachs watching some of our more gory procedures than are women.

Mind Over Miller: An unforgettable lesson

Feb 1, 2009

When I was a freshman veterinary student in 1952, two women were in my class of 60.

Mind Over Miller: Some versatility required

Jan 1, 2009

It was easy to write fascinating true stories because I had an unusual practice. It was, I am sure, the most mixed of all mixed-animal practices.

Mind Over Miller: The ghosts of Christmas past

Dec 1, 2008

I will never forget Christmas in Germany after the most horrible war in history was over.

Mind Over Miller: Things change, appreciation remains

Nov 1, 2008

November! It brings the most beautiful of American holidays, Thanksgiving.

Mind Over Miller: We do what we have to do!

Oct 1, 2008

During the energy crunch of the late '70s, it was predicted that the planet had a 35-year supply of petroleum left. That was an underestimate, of course, but it did forecast the present inadequate supply of petroleum, its high cost, and the frantic activity to find alternative energy sources.

Mind Over Miller: Crutches add a new perspective

Sep 1, 2008

I have been on crutches for half a year, following unsuccessful knee surgery.

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