Kester News Hour: Top Equine Veterinary News of 2010

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What would be your pick for the most groundbreaking news in equine veterinary medicine for 2010? Not sure? Find out what three top equine veterinarians deemed the most important news in equine reproduction, lameness, surgery, and medicine in 2010. Categories include top reproductive studies; top lameness/surgery studies; racing topics; musculoskeletal therapy; top equine medicine studies; infectious disease; heart problems in racehorses; respiratory disease; neurologic diseases; equine protozoal myeloencephalitis testing; and other topics.

The Kester News Hour always features a salute to outstanding veterinarians and programs. This year included Texas A&M University volunteers and students for supporting future veterinary students with wet labs for more than 200 students.

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Christy West has a BS in Equine Science from the University of Kentucky, and an MS in Agricultural Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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