CVM news, 2007
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2007 compilation of news and events articles published by the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine.
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Ways to Help Companion Animals Is Subject of Kemper Series Lecture -- In Vitro Models to Minimize Animal Research Use -- Bad to the Bone : MU Professor Advises Against Raw Meat Diet for Pets -- Veterinarian Who Rescues Unwanted Animals Speaks at MU College of Veterinary Medicine -- Hartz Names Dr. Ed Migneco Veterinarian of the Year 2007 -- Faculty Achieves Wrestling Officiating Milestone -- Larry Nafe Recognized By Arkansas Association -- Cancer Radiation Treatment Not Just for Humans -- MU CVM Hospital Improves Leg Deformities in Abused Tiger -- MU Veterinary Researchers Seek Help In Determining If Pets Carry an Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria -- MU Researcher Working With Retinal Implants -- UMC CVM Receives $2 Million Gift From KC Couple -- In Memory of Dr. Bonnard Moseley -- Role of Veterinarians in Disasters Conference -- Mule Team Gets Boost From Long-Time Supporter -- ReCHAI Director Selected for Fellowship In The American Academy of Nursing (AAN) -- Tiger Suffers Setback, Is Euthanized – Human-Animal Center Establishes Walk a Hound -- Major Gift for Human-Animal Interaction Programs -- 2007 CVM Honors Banquet -- Professor Joins Stars In Hollywood Award Ceremony -- Zimbabwe to Boston and Points in Between -- Dr. Neil Olson Appointed New Dean -- New Masters of Public Health Degree Program -- Class of 2011 Enrichment & Teambuilding -- Increase of Horses With Nutritional Issues -- CVM Mule Team Makes a Hit at TigerPlace -- Taking Flight : Bald Eagle Rehabilitated & Released -- VRSP Program Attends Symposium at NIH -- Veterinary Medicine Pioneer Has Passed -- Pets Could Be Source Of Multi-Resistant Infections -- Governor Recommends $500,000 to Ease Shortage -- Veterinary Products Night Draws a Crowd -- Students Celebrate Next Step and Don White Coats -- FFA Honors CVM For Convention Support -- CVM Professor Emeritus Passes -- FDA Approves Knee-Injury Device for Humans -- Columbia Couple Give VMTH Staff Reason To Give Thanks -- Dr. Cook Wins Morris Animal Foundation's "2007 Best Vet" -- Magazine Celebrates College of Veterinary Medicine Mules -- MU Study Finds Sitting May Increase Risk of Disease -- Matthew Laye, receives M. Harold Laughlin Scholarship -- Director Inducted into the American Academy of Nursing -- Newsweek cites ReChai about pet ownership benefits -- MU Vet named Independent Adult Equestrian of the Year -- Dry or Wet Food for Cats Makes Little Difference.