Wrap up: New canine cancer vaccination completes clinical trial, and other veterinary news


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Here is what was popular this week on dvm360.com:

  • The team at the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine veterinary hospital saved the life of Squid, a 5-year-old husky terrier mix, after her home caught on fire and she was overcome with smoke inhalation.
  • Middle school students from New Haven, Connecticut participated in blendVet’s Believe and Belong in Veterinary Medicine event, which is the first certification program in the nation focusing on training and educating veterinary professionals in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging topics.
  • This week’s episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, welcomes Jon Geller, DVM, DABVP emeritus, to discuss Peticaid, a supplement to Mediciad to provide people a yearly allowance to be used for pet care, food, and even adoption fees.
  • Melinda Larson, DVM, DACVIM, and Richard Stone, DVM, DACVIM, shared during the 2024 American College of Veterinary internal Medicine Forum discussed the ‘black box thinking’ as a way to reduce patient safety events.
  • Calviri announced it has gathered results from a 5-year study that received a positive outcome of its preventative cancer vaccination for canine patients which is aiming to stop oncologic diseases prior to it starting.
  • During this interview with dvm360 during the ACVIM Forum, Nicola A. Lakeman, MSc, BSc, (Hons), RVN, CertVNECC, CertSAN, VTS (Nutrition), she explains what the microbiome does to help promote nutrition.
  • And more!
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