BREATHE Easy: VHC Internal Medicine Specialists Launch New Clinic
Published 11/10/2022In March 2021, Steve Kasper’s 9-year-old beagle mix, Spirit, began refusing to go on her daily 4-mile walk. Suddenly, Spirit was easily getting winded. Based on her clinical picture and the appearance of her lungs on radiographs, her veterinarian suspected the dog had contracted a fungal infection and referred Kasper, of Battlefield, Missouri, and Spirit to the MU Veterinary Health Center.
‘Click’ Chemistry May Help Treat Dogs With Bone Cancer, MU Study Finds
Published 11/04/2022In September, researchers from California and Denmark were awarded a Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their development of ‘click’ chemistry, a process in which molecules snap together like LEGO, making them a potentially more efficient transportation device in delivering pharmaceuticals to cancer tumors.
Vet Tech Career Ladder Provides Growth Opportunities at the CVM
Published 10/21/2022 The work that veterinary technicians do is vital to the daily function of the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine and veterinary medicine as a whole. The work itself is taxing, and unfortunately, clinics around the country often operate with a short staff and have high turnover rates when it comes to technicians.