The ongoing outbreak in Chicago has been reported to be due to the H3N2 subtype, which has not been reported previously in the U.S.
The AVMA Board of Directors met late last week and took action on a number of recommendations.
Both the Council on Education and the Board of Directors took action recently to strengthen the firewall between them.
Recent international advocacy efforts prevented a decision that could have negatively affected veterinarians’ access to a critical anesthetic drug.
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