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Articles by Jessica Tremayne

Jessica Tremayne


Jessica Tremayne was a former associate editor of DVM Newsmagazine.

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NCSU harnesses new treatment for canine soft-tissue sarcoma
September 1, 2006

RALEIGH, N.C. — Hyperthermia combined with radiation treatment has received positive response in canines with macroscopic tumors in a clinical study at North Carolina State University (NCSU).

Salaries on the rise, AAHA reports
September 1, 2006

Lakewood, Colo. – Salaries are on the rise, yet a gender disparity still exists, according to an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) survey.

Work/life balance poses concerns for DVMs-making time to have a life outside of the practice can be a challenge
August 1, 2006

National Report — Achieving an appropriate balance between work and home life was cited by veterinarians most frequently as their greatest professional life concern.

Canine flu confirmed in 22states
August 1, 2006

National Report — — "This is the new parvo," an expert says of the canine influenza outbreak now confirmed in 22 states.

Take small steps to help curb pet obesity, expert says
August 1, 2006

Obesity is considered an epidemic in this country. And pets certainly aren't immune. An estimated 35 percent of adult cats are considered overweight. DVM Newsmagazine recently asked Dr. Tony Buffington, an animal nutritionist at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, to offer some pet weight-loss advice.

UC-Davis studies malignant melanoma in dogs
August 1, 2006

Davis, Calif. — Dr. Michael Kent, an investigator at the University of California-Davis, is exploring different drugs to help fight canine malignant melanoma.

Kansas program to increase rural DVMs
July 1, 2006

Manhattan, Kan. — A new law will award students $20,000 annually for up to four years for participating in the Veterinary Training Program for Rural Kansas.

Study shows collar stress can heighten glaucoma risk
July 1, 2006

Madison, Wis. — A study conducted by a University of Madison-Wisconsin veterinary ophthalmologist showed an increase in intra-ocular pressure (IOP) in dogs while pulling on a collar, confirming a correlation between glaucoma and collar stress.

S.C. ushers 'open access'
July 1, 2006

Columbia, S.C. — The South Carolina veterinary practice act was signed by Gov. Mark Sanford, making veterinary disciplinary hearings open to the public.

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