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recovery from man-made and natural disasters. Veterinarians have the unique ability to bridge the fields of human and veterinary medicine and agriculture because of their training and expertise in comparative medicine. The veterinary profession has the

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in surveys. Concerns about the inclusion of faculty are that many may never have been employed in private practice or they are so enmeshed in their specialty that they have lost focus of the broad requirements for veterinarians in general practice

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Historically, one of the principal roles of veterinary medicine was to support agriculture and the production of a healthy, wholesome food supply. By serving those public needs, veterinarians also took an active role in the management of broader

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prerequisites for admission to these colleges of veterinary medicine, as reported by the AAVMC; and to survey veterinarians regarding their opinions about existing and proposed alternative prerequisites for admission to veterinary medical colleges in North

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