The dvm360 Five - Episode 4

The dvm360 Five - Episode 4

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Nov 10, 2009
By dvm360.com staff

We filmed this edition of the Five at CVC San Diego, where veterinarians and their teams gathered to soak up more than 550 hours of continuing education in the beautiful convention center by the marina.



In this episode, you'll learn when you might test a cat for H1N1, hear former AAHA president Dr. Michael Andrews talk about student debt and the economics of practice, get a tip that could get you home on time, and more.







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