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In This Issue • September 15, 2018

<italic>JAVMA</italic> News

Veterinarians and other practice staff members can help prevent and respond to domestic violence by being educators and witnesses. In other news, a three-year project with about $3 million in backing will help give more pets access to basic veterinary care.

See page 656

Letters to the Editor

See page 699

What Is Your Diagnosis?

See page 711

ECG of the Month

See page 714

Pathology in Practice

See PAGES 719, 723

<sc>viewpoint</sc> Professional development groups help physicians; why not veterinarians?

In the human health field, researchers have shifted from looking at

<italic>JAVMA</italic> News

Veterinarians and other practice staff members can help prevent and respond to domestic violence by being educators and witnesses. In other news, a three-year project with about $3 million in backing will help give more pets access to basic veterinary care.

See page 656

Letters to the Editor

See page 699

What Is Your Diagnosis?

See page 711

ECG of the Month

See page 714

Pathology in Practice

See PAGES 719, 723

<sc>viewpoint</sc> Professional development groups help physicians; why not veterinarians?

In the human health field, researchers have shifted from looking at