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Editors' Note
Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Editors' Note: The patient in front of you

January 1, 2013

We've updated the look and feel of our publications to help you help your patients even better.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Editors' Note: Matters of the heart

November 1, 2012

Dr. Heather Lewellen reports on how a recent cardiology workshop demonstrated how heart disease and heart failure don't change, but the way we treat and manage them changes constantly.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

CVC in Kansas City: Come see what we're getting ready for you!

July 1, 2012

Jennifer Vossman explores the wide range of expert hands-on training that awaits you.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Editors' Guest: There isn't much of a market for buggy whips

January 1, 2012

Today's veterianry practice needs an overhaul, much like when the internal combustion engine changed practice in the past.

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Editors' Note: "What would you do, Doc?"

November 1, 2011

Dr. Lewellen recounts her experience with the question of whether to treat or euthanize a pet with a behavior problem.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Editors' Guest: Help uncover veterinary experiences of abuse in animals and people

September 1, 2011

Dr. Catherine Tiplady seeks veterinarians to fill out a survey investigating animal cruelty and related human violence.

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Editors' Note: Our new home is your new online resource: dvm360.com

August 1, 2008

Veterinary Medicine has found a good home at dvm360.com.

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Editors' Guest: My eye-opening experience in editing a veterinary journal

December 1, 2007

After several years in small-animal practice and a lengthy stint in industry work, I recently began working as a contributing technical editor for Veterinary Medicine.

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In memoriam: Dr. James R. Richards

June 1, 2007

As many of you now know, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine professor Dr. James R. Richards died on April 24, after sustaining injuries in a motorcycle accident.

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