The dvm360 Five - Episode 9

The dvm360 Five - Episode 9

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Feb 08, 2010
By dvm360.com staff

Time again for The dvm360 Five. Give us five minutes, and we’ll update you with the veterinary news, medicine, and business information you need to know right now.

In this edition of the Five, we explore veterinary relief efforts in Haiti, humankind's effect on the canine genome, a new technician specialty, Dr. Jeff Werber's take on client discounts, and a special Facebook reunion.



Have a few more minutes? Get more on these topics:


Learn more about Haitian relief efforts by veterinary organizations



Read more about artificial selection's impact on the canine genome



Get more details about the veterinary surgical technician specialty



See even more advice on helping clients pay



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