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ACVIM Forum to Highlight Veterinary, Human Medicine Link

The key to finding a cure for human diseases such as cancer, Lou Gehrig’s disease, inflammatory bowel disease, and muscular dystrophy might lie in the paws of man’s best friend as veterinarians and biomedical scientists from across the globe

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ACVIM Forum: 10 Years of Infection Control


After 10 years as Director of Biosecurity at Colorado State’s large animal hospital, Paul Morley, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM, recently relayed some of the key lessons he and his colleagues have learned while developing the school’s biosecurity

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Radiation Therapy for Equine Cancer Patients

While radiation therapy might seem like an unrealistic option for managing horses with cancer, Janean Fidel, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVR, Dipl. ACVIM, from Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine suggests the opposite. She attests

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Rattlesnake Bite Management Recommendations

The United States is home to 26 species of rattlesnakes, making rattlesnake bites relatively common events in equine medicine. Horse owners definitely need to resist the urge to begin sucking the venom from their horse’s rattlesnake bite

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Equine Veterinarian Honored with ACVIM Kirk Award

Doug Byars, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, of Georgetown, Ky., was the first private equine veterinarian to receive the Robert W. Kirk Award for Professional Excellence in the award’s 18-year history. Byars received the award at the 25th annual

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A Look Inside: Veterinary Internists Meet in Seattle

Veterinary internists met June 6-9 in Seattle, Wash., for the 25th Forum of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) to discuss the latest research on the internal workings of horses and other animals.

Summarized below are

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Internal Insights

Veterinary internal medicine is a growing specialty that boasts nearly 400 large animal internal medicine specialists, many of them focusing on horses. In a time when humans seek out experts in varying medical fields, it’s only logical that we seek

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Respiratory Disease: Not So Easy Breathing

The terms recurrent airway obstruction (RAO or heaves) and inflammatory airway disease (IAD) are often wrongfully used interchangeably to describe horses with non-infectious respiratory disease.

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Aging and the Aortic Valve

Researchers from the United Kingdom report there is a decrease in contractile function of the horse’s aortic valve with age, resulting in aortic valve disease.

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COX-2 Expression in Equine Tumors (ACVIM 2006)

Therapies for equine cancer are few and far between, but a veterinary oncologist from Colorado State University (CSU) thinks equine tumors could be treated with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

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