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Another perspective on veterinarians in public health I read with interest the article titled, “Veterinary student and veterinarian attitudes toward veterinary public health and epidemiology.” 1 It contains the common refrain “A demand exists for

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results were not attributable to breed changes. As has been shown elsewhere, a study 4 from Aragon, Spain, found that implementation of so-called dangerous animals legislation did not alter the epidemiology of dog bites in the region, and a study 5 from

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. Howe J de Jong J . Maintaining our commitment to our clients and patients: the AVMA responds (lett) . J Am Vet Med Assoc 2019 ; 255 : 519 – 520 . Do bats have a role in the epidemiology of vesicular stomatitis? On June 21, 2019, the

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Assoc 2011 ; 238 : 871 – 876 . 21453174 10.2460/javma.238.7.871 2. Greenland S Lash TL . Bias analysis . In: Rothman KJ Greenland S Lash TL , eds. Modern epidemiology . 3rd ed . Philadelphia : Lippincott-Wolters-Kluwer , 2008 ; 345

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unaccountably shortsighted. Dr. Kahn expressed the tragic, painful truth: “Without expanding this realm [physician-veterinarian research teams], the microbiology, pathophysiology, and epidemiology of emerging zoonoses and bioterrorism threats will continue to

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Department of Clinical Epidemiology School of Public Health Safety Promotions and Injury Prevention Research Center Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences Tehran, Iran 1. Boudreau CE , Dominguez CE , Levine JM , et al. Reliability of

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with FIV living with FIV-infected cats.” The panelists' differing comments (FeLV vaccination “recommended” for certain cats, with FIV vaccination “restricted” to certain cats) would be a double standard only if the epidemiology and routes of

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students were entering veterinary school not to facilitate a career in clinical medicine or a closely related field such as veterinary research or epidemiology, but to go straight into an alternative career. I submit that this represents a large financial

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Lok JB . Seasonality of heartworm infection and implications for chemoprophylaxis . Clin Tech Small Anim Pract 1998 ; 13 : 77 – 82 . 10.1016/S1096-2867(98)80010-8 2. McTier TL McCall JW Dzimianski MT , et al. Epidemiology of

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