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DVM Newsmakers: The battle for public support

Science should determine policy says AVMA's DeHaven
Feb 1, 2009

Schaumburg, Ill. — Animal welfare ranks as one to the top strategic initiatives for AVMA, for good reason.

Redefining veterinary medicine

Pet Healthcare Summit bring together diverse collection of leaders to address major issues impacting profession from supply to education
Nov 1, 2008

PORTLAND, ORE. — The alarms are sounding again to increase the number of veterinarians in the United States.

Communicable health: Spread the word

Oct 1, 2008

Trying to bridge public health with the medical and veterinary communities is no small undertaking.

Taking toll for public health

Oct 1, 2008

The convergence of people, animals and the environment could be the most critical risk factor to the spread of infectious disease.

A market in transition: Is profession ready to seize the opportunities?

Aug 1, 2008

Portland, Ore. — Dr. Hugh B. Lewis shared a big vision during his career.

Animal relinquishments climb with housing forclosures

Apr 1, 2008

National Report — Real-estate foreclosures for February were up nearly 60 percent from the same period a year ago, and pet relinquishments aren't far behind, officials report.

In the public eye

Recalls, food safety, collaborations with stakeholders: FDA's Dunham remains bullish on veterinary profession's outlook for 2008
Mar 1, 2008

Rockville, Md. — She wants to build collaborations, share ideas in a transparent system with one over-arching ethos: ensure public health.

In search of the seventh summit

Veterinarian Michael Andrews eyes Mt. Everest in late March
Mar 1, 2008

Two hundred climbers perished before him.

Inside the KC Corridor

Dec 1, 2007

Kansas City— Luring three companies and a trade association, the KC Animal Health Corridor says it's poised to make even deeper tracks into the market next year.


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