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Lions, tigers and bears, plus cattle, chicken and fish: CSU veterinary students visit Italy to study food safety, public health

Veterinary students Malinda DeBell and Joelene Kronz spent part of their summer in Italy learning about food safety and public health best practices from some of the best in Europe.

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Rural relief: Governor signs veterinary debt assistance bill

Signed into law on June 5, 2017, the Veterinary Education Loan Repayment Program paves the way for veterinarians to work in rural communities that need professional services.

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Dr. Patrick McCue: Scientist, clinician, educator honored for lifetime work in equine reproduction

We caught up with McCue between foalings for a conversation about his life leading up to the Theriogenologist of the Year Award.

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Provost’s Council for Engagement spotlight: Frank Garry

This month we meet Frank Garry, who has been a professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences for 30 years.

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A tall order: Giraffe receives stem-cell therapy for chronic arthritis

Veterinarians traveled to Cheyenne Mountain Zoo to help Mahali, a 14-year-old giraffe, with arthritis pain in his front left hoof.

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CVMBS Amazing Alumni: Meet Dr. Tracy Turner

Meet Dr. Tracy Turner, a CSU alumnus who graduated in veterinary medicine in 1978.

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Lilly the lemon: Remarkable pooch overcomes cancer

Her owners joke that Lilly is a lemon. Her CSU veterinarians call her lucky.

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Don’t kiss your chickens and other commonsense tips for poultry owners

Some simple commonsense practices will keep these summer months filled with joyful memories and avoid an unpleasant hazard of poultry ownership.

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Construction starts on CSU research institute named for pioneer in orthopaedic medicine

CSU’s newest state-of-the-art research facility will become a reality starting June 2.

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