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comparisons between US fourth-year veterinary students graduating with and without educational debt from 2001 through 2020” 1 —authored by the AVMA’s Veterinary Economics and Publications Divisions—describes the first in-depth analysis of the debt

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( 12 ): 1547 – 1553 . 35943942 2. Bain B , Lefebvre SL , Salois M . Characteristics of and comparisons between US fourth-year veterinary students graduating with and without educational debt from 2001 through 2020 . J Am Vet Med Assoc

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to current realities The reality of educational costs is painfully clear: a majority of veterinary students graduate with overwhelming loan debt resulting from excessive tuition. While it may seem premature to call the situation a crisis, it

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power.” It says privileging “Western medical and scientific standards,” even when “allowing” other standards, is “learn[ing] white supremacy.” I hope I do not need many words to convince most veterinarians that (1) students should be free from the

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the protection of laboratory animals [in Dutch] . Available at: med.kuleuven.be/nl/geneeskunde/student-onderzoeker/intern/KB . Accessed Apr 17, 2019 . 11. European Agency for the Evaluation of Medicinal Products . Guideline on statistical

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, and has been corroborated with close friends, is that from 1958 to 1962 (and similar years), students could pay all their education expenses by working in the summer, working for meals during the school year, and doing some odd jobs for spending money

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well to look at current work within the greater veterinary community. The AVMA, Student AVMA, American College of Zoological Medicine, and American Association of Wildlife Veterinarians have programs to encourage a holistic approach to various aspects

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