Pets and other animals have the occasional need to receive blood products, and donors animals play an important part in the work of the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital’s work. Photo: Jeff Miller As human patients, … Continue reading
Yoshihiro Kawaoka explains that research on transmissible avian flu viruses needs to continue if pandemics are to be prevented.
Controversial experiments on bird flu could resume within weeks because leading influenza researchers around the world have finally called a halt to an unusual moratorium that has lasted more than a year.
Experiments with a deadly flu virus, suspended last year after a fierce global debate over safety, will start up again in some laboratories, probably within the next few weeks, scientists say.
Dr. Debbie Olbrich, DVM ‘07, discusses diabetes monitoring in cats on “Designing Spaces,” a Lifetime Television program. This episode focused on the renovation of McKamey Animal Center in Chattanooga, Tenn., which was sponsored Dr. Olbrich’s employer, Abbott Animal Health.
A new oral medication reduces allergic reactions in man’s best friend.
Steffani Koch, Mayville, was named the 2012 Dodge County Fairest of the Fair last August and served as the official host of the fair.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a devastating neurological disorder with few effective treatments and no known cure. The most frequent cause of death in ALS patients is breathing failure because, as the disease progresses, … Continue reading