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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/23519
Title: Cornell Veterinary Medicine, Spring 2005
Authors: Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine
Gush, Amy
Wall, Jeri
Keywords: Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine -- Periodicals
Veterinary Medicine -- New York (State) -- Periodicals
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Citation: Cornell Veterinary Medicine, Spring 2005
Abstract: Topics of articles in this issue of Cornell Veterinary Medicine include: Genomics: More Than Mice; Women Veterinary Graduates Before 1950; Dairy Institute: Teaching Best Practices in Production Medicine; Scientists Discover Critical Step in Flu Virus Infection; Bronx Zoo Expert to Speak at Annual Conference; Gift Planning: Benefits for You, Your Family, and the College; A Helping Hand It Comes in Many Forms; News from: Sprecher Institute for Comparative Cancer Research (Praise for Breast Cancer Education), Baker Institute for Animal Health (Equine Medicine Training and Research Program Begins), Cornell University Hospital for Animals (Alignment of Fortunate Events Improves a Guide Dog's Sight), Feline Health Center (Forums on Vaccine-Associated Feline Sarcoma, New Book on Feline Medicine, 2004 Annual Report Available); CVM People: Faculty; Five New Named Professors; In Memoriam (Stephen J. Roberts, Kenneth McEntee, Norman Pick, James McClure); The Johns Hopkins-Cornell Link; Endnote: With Grateful Appreciation to the Man Who Loved Dogs (Donald F. Smith): Coming Events.
Description: Cornell Veterinary Medicine, Spring 2005
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/23519
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