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Articles by Jennifer Fiala

Drug abuse poisons veterinary profession

May 1, 2002

Cleveland-Dr. Jeff Hall's sobriety is 15 years old.

Yet the 49-year-old vividly recalls the day that began his life as a drug addict and eventually ended his career as a practitioner.

Frustrated by legal system, state officials turn to undercover tactics for statewide crackdown

May 1, 2002

Raleigh, N.C.- At least six North Carolina residents face charges of rendering veterinary services without a license as part of a statewide sting to curb illegal practices.

Clinic takes on new marketing tactics

May 1, 2002

Small animal hospital relies on customer service, not low prices, to fuel business

WSU dean refutes student adversaries

May 1, 2002

Pullman, Wash.-As two Washington State University (WSU) students threaten to sue the veterinary college, alleging it fails to provide curricular alternatives to animal use, one top official unleashes a mass-circulated letter to fight back.

Veterinarians square off for AVMA top seat

May 1, 2002

Schaumburg, Ill.-Not since 1995 has more than one candidate run for the presidency of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).

Now Drs. Jan E. Bartels and Jack O. Walther say they're sparking competitive flames within the AVMA as presidential hopefuls in the 2002 election.

Opposition hits PetMed Express from all sides; board to rule

May 1, 2002

Tampa, Fla.-As the PetMed Express scripting saga winds down with state healath officials, the online drug retailer faces new opponents, and this time, they're the federal and civil kind.

Herbal therapies continue to spark debate with DVMs

Apr 1, 2002

Denounced as quackery by opponents, herbal remedies make mark on veterinary science; call for efficacy studies

Dream hospitals carry construction nightmares

Apr 1, 2002

Architect hands down hard lessons in building veterinary practices from the ground up

UF upgrades hospital's biosecurity program

Apr 1, 2002

College of Veterinary Medicine spends $70,000 to avert outbreaks in large animal facility

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