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conservationists on feline health and feline issues. A mast cell tumor in a dog Survey probes how veterinary oncology is practiced globally The most common tumor types seen in veterinary practice worldwide are mammary tumors (81%), followed by skin

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Oncology Research Laboratory within the Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. He is a core member of the Anticancer Discovery from Pets to People theme at the Carl Woese Institute for

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dental specialists might arise soon in academia, according to a 2005 survey by the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges. The survey found the greatest needs in anesthesiology, radiology, oncology, and ophthalmology. Shortages might also

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Institutes of Health, students conducted original research in areas such as emerging infectious diseases, toxicology, oncology, and chronic diseases, as well as advances in conservation and sustainable agriculture. This year marked the first time that

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, Tenn., for meritorious contributions to the veterinary profession. A board-certified specialist in oncology, Dr. Legendre is a professor in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at the University of Tennessee. He founded and served as the

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. Dr. Rodney Page Dr. Page (Colorado State ‘81) is director of the Flint Animal Cancer Center and a chair in oncology at Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences. Board-certified in internal medicine and

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oncology. Awards: Resident-authored Paper Award : Dr. Robert Cole, Bryan, Texas, for “Trans-splenic portal scintigraphy in dogs.” Diplomates: Twenty-three new diplomates were welcomed into the ACVR in 2005. They are as follows: Radiology —Drs

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National Cancer Institute’s Comparative Oncology Program. The board is encouraging veterinary clinics to adopt coding practices that align with the recently published Veterinary International Classification of Diseases for Oncology Canine Tumors First

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to be associated with professional success. With the School of Public Health, the veterinary college developed a combined DVM/MPH program. Also during Dr. Klausner's tenure, the college added an endowed chair in comparative oncology and a new equine

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FOUNDATION EXPANDS FUNDING FOR CANINE CANCER STUDIES The V Foundation announced this past October plans for a grant-making program to accelerate research in the field of canine comparative oncology. The aim is to discover faster and less costly drug

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