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A human placenta-derived compound is being used with promising results by UF veterinarians to treat animals with severe bone loss.
UF’s array of veterinary cardiology services convinced horse’s owners to drive him to Gainesville for treatment.
UF researchers are studying whether approved drugs can block transmission of virus behind COVID-19.
Interim Dean Dana Zimmel shared the following statement in response to the killing of George Floyd.
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Amphibians, such as frogs, toads and salamanders, may not get the attention that other animal species do, but their importance to ecosystem health around the globe cannot be overstated. Many…
Viruses have been a major selective factor on the evolution of animals. On this show, Dr. Jim Wellehan, a zoo medicine veterinarian and virologist, will discuss what we can learn from veterinary…
Are your pets vaccines up to date, for possible boarding and travel plans? Is your pet microchipped? Make sure to schedule a check-up with your pet before heading out of…