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Additional comments on human rabies vaccination In his letter to JAVMA 1 regarding rabies, Dr. Groves states that most practicing veterinarians are not at continual risk or at risk of exposures that are likely to go unrecognized and therefore

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,2 Two recent cases of animal food–related illness involving commercial pet food contaminated with pentobarbital 3 and thyroid tissue 4 highlight the important role veterinarians play in reporting suspected animal food issues. Veterinarians and others

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Shortage or salaries? I enjoyed reading the recent JAVMA News article “Veterinarian shortage or salaries not keeping up?” 1 The suggestion from Dr. Fred Ouedraogo that “What is happening in the veterinary profession might not be a shortage

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Suicide among veterinarians I found the recent study 1 on suicide among US veterinarians to be both interesting and balanced. The subject matter is quite broad, and it would be interesting to see follow-up studies on how proportionate

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Danger of generalizing LGBT research to veterinarians When I opened my October 15 issue of JAVMA , I was pleased to see a news story 1 addressing health concerns of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender veterinarians. That is, until I

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Lead-based ammunition and fishing tackle Congratulations to the Association of Avian Veterinarians for advocating the replacement of lead-based fishing tackle and ammunition used for hunting with nontoxic alternatives. 1 Waterfowl are

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Life expectancy in female veterinarians In their recent study, Tomasi et al 1 found that the proportionate mortality ratio (PMR) for suicide among veterinarians, whether in clinical or nonclinical positions, was higher than the ratio for the

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factors affect the cost of educating veterinarians and the income they will receive after graduation. As a profession, however, we must remember that the clinical services we provide are often discretionary. Thus, what services we can provide depend both

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