Allergic to Bug Bites: What is Sweet Itch?

Dr. Ann Rashmir reviews insect hypersensitivity, a condition so menacing it can even end horses’ performance careers.
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Dr. Ann Rashmir reviews insect hypersensitivity, a condition so menacing it can even end horses’ performance careers.Dr. Ann Rashmir reviews insect hypersensitivity, a condition so menacing it can even end horses’ performance careers.4/5/2016 10:00

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Ann Rashmir-Raven, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS, is an associate professor of large animal clinical science at Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. A board certified surgeon, Rashmir-Raven has an interest in equine lameness and helping keep older equine athletes comfortable and competitive. Additionally, her research includes dermatology.

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