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In the meantime, here is what was popular this week on dvm360.com:
- A study presented during the American College of Veterinary Medicine’s Forum in Philadelphia found that a high seroprevalence rate of bovine diarrhea virus (BVDV) in wild pigs has been found in several US states.
- In his latest installment of Vet World News, Steve Dale, CABC, gave his take on midlevel professionals in veterinary medicine as a solution to help get more pets the access to care they need.
- On this week’s episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, Serena Nayee, DVM, founder and executive director of Chapter VIII: Veterinary Inclusion and Intersectionality Initiative and InclusiVet, and host Adam Christman, DVM, MBA, discuss inclusion and intersectionality.
- The Metro Richmond Zoo announced that ET, a 43-year-old African penguin, passed away of natural causes in the arms of one of her caregivers. ET was the world’s oldest African Penguin.
- The University of Missouri Veterinary Health Center installed an equine standing CT to help expand its capabilities and care to all of its equine services, including recreational, sport, and western horses.
- And more!