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Computerized records from a robust caseload of animals treated at the University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine could soon become a digital goldmine.
Murphy, a Newfoundland-Retriever mix, traveled with his family from Alaska for evaluation by UF's radiation oncology team and subsequently underwent three weeks of radiation therapy.
The project, focusing on brucellosis, is led by Dr. Jorge Hernandez, a professor and veterinary epidemiologist at the college.
Dr. Amy Stone shares her thoughts in this recent Newsweek story.
The discovery provides a new direction for targeting harmful bacteria without harming “good” bacteria that are beneficial to health.
The discovery suggests that iron deficiency may contribute to the development of IBD and other immunological disorders.
Only a handful of veterinary surgery centers offer the highly specialized procedure known as mitral valve repair.
When the 1,800-pound Irish Sport Horse arrived at UF's Large Animal Hospital, a large team of veterinarians and technicians were ready.
Updates about college and hospital patient care schedules related to Hurricane Idalia.