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When domestic violence arrives at the clinic door

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American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine

Carlson awarded WVA lifetime membership

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Newcastle spreads near Los Angeles

Education council schedules site visits

Epidemiologist joins AVMA Publications

Veterinary Career Network hosting first online career fair

AVMA Life optimistic that it will resume health insurance

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AVMA presents Excellence Awards

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$2.8M grant to aid access to veterinary care

Shelter for pets of domestic violence victims expands

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