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Articles by Jennifer Fiala

Fundraising woes take toll on Bell

Dr. Ford Bell reports the harsh truths tied to running for pricey U.S. Senate seat
Oct 1, 2006

Wayzata, Minn. — Dr. Ford Bell's uphill battle swelled into a small mountain.

In remembrance

Family reflects on Susan Baskit Rizzo's life and untimely death
Oct 1, 2006

Murfreesboro, Tenn. — She was no stranger to major life change.

FDA mulls next move in compounding court decision

Oct 1, 2006

Washington — While compounding proponents claim victory to a recent district court decision, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is weighing its options.

AAVMC eyes national recruitment strategy

Association seeks to align application pool's composition with demands on the profession
Oct 1, 2006

Washington — Applicant numbers are dwindling, entire jobs sectors are suffering and diversity, whether racial-, ethnic- or gender-related, is off kilter.

Tuition aid falls short for N.J. students

Students left scrambling to pay education bills
Sep 1, 2006

Trenton, N.J. — Ninety-two students from seven veterinary institutions are scrambling for last-minute tuition funds following a New Jersey budget battle that axed $650,000 from the state's $1.337 million Veterinary Medicine Education Program (VMEP).

Judge mulls FDA control over compounded drugs

Sep 1, 2006

Midland, Texas — The Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) regulatory authority over compounded veterinary medicines hinges on a ruling by a judge who's already hinted at limiting the agency's control in the human sector.

Pet evacuation bill awaits final approval

Congress passes PETS Act; haggling expected on Senate floor
Sep 1, 2006

Washington — Legislation that ties federal grants to including pets in local and state evacuation plans hinges on last-minute negotiations between Congress' two chambers.

Tuition assistance falls short for N.J. students

Aid slashed to relieve part of the state's $4.5 billion deficit; students left scrambling to pay bills
Sep 1, 2006

Trenton, N.J. — Ninety-two students from seven veterinary institutions are scrambling for last-minute tuition funds following a New Jersey budget battle that axed $650,000 from the state's $1.337 million Veterinary Medicine Education Program (VMEP).

AAFP releases new vaccine guidelines

Lengthy work considers the latest drugs, feral cat protocols and shelter medicine
Sep 1, 2006

National Report — Described by insiders as "encyclopedic," AAFP's vaccine guidelines boil down to one ingredient: inoculation should be individualized, based on the patient's needs and risk-to-benefit ratio.

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