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DVM Newsmakers: The Crossroads Veterinary Medicine; public health poised to merge in collective battle against zoonotic diseases

Sep 1, 2005

Veterinary medicine stands at the crossroads. "I think the next five to 10 years may be the most important time in the history of veterinary medicine. Its most important challenge is to re-establish its social responsibility," reports Dr. Lonnie King, director of the Office of Strategy and Innovation for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and dean of Michigan State University's veterinary school.

DVM Newsmakers: An animal planet emergency vet's Robert Taylor says story of modern veterinary medicine must be told

Jul 1, 2005

"Hey, aren't you that guy on Animal Planet?"

DVM Newsmakers: Stem cell researcher aims to wipe out genetically inherited infertility disorders

Jun 1, 2005

Philadelphia—The political fight over the use of human embryonic stem cells rages in this country. So much so, that the political and ethical debate about government-funded embryonic stem cell research often overshadows its much more moderate cousin, adult stem cell research, without the political baggage.

DVM Newsmakers: Endangered in the USA

Rural America fights for DVM: 'it's about the quality of life'
May 1, 2005

Clearfield, Iowa—He sat in the back of the ambulance, sirens blaring — an odd time for reflection.

AVMA, Pfizer explore details of major business-practice study

Apr 1, 2005

Without business success, the profession will fail to attract top talent.

DVM Newsmakers: Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue

Practicing politics
Apr 1, 2005

Georgia governor finds similarities in diagnosing disease and solving public policy problems.

Crawford's nomination lauded by AVMA

Apr 1, 2005

CLEVELAND — The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) threw its strong support to President George Bush's nomination of Dr. Lester M. Crawford to lead the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

AVMA, Fort Doge expand national program

Apr 1, 2005

Disease prevention is as critical a part of today's veterinary practice as is the treatment of illness.

DVM Newsmakers: 'Remember theTitans;' Big practice, big medicine: Is the standard of care changing?

Mar 1, 2005

It's considered the largest privately-owned veterinary practice in the country tipping the scales at 58,631 square feet. For Dr. Anthony J. DeCarlo and partner Dr. Thomas S. Trotter, the distinction wasn't even part of the design.


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