Wrap up: Our ongoing 2024 ACVIM Forum coverage, and other news


Check out this week’s headlines

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Happy Friday and happy Pride Month! Our next Fetch conference kicks off in August in Kansas City, Missouri so make sure to register if you haven't already done so. Our editorial team has been attending all kinds of lectures at the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) Forum in Minneapolis, Minnesota this week; stay up-to-date on all our coverage.

Here are the top headlines this week on dvm360.com:

  • A recent study led by the University of Arizona College of Veterinary Medicine, Tucson sought to discover if a partnership with a trained service dog was associated with decreased post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptom severity, lower anxiety, lower depression, and greater psychosocial functioning.
  • A veterinary journal recently announced it has retracted a published study, after its authors publicly announced a discovery of new data that would change the outcome of their findings. At the ACVIM Forum, Brad Hanna, DVM, MSc, PhD, used multiple clinical trial examples to demonstrate how to tell their trustworthiness and accuracy.
  • Zoe Bailey, DVM, presented her research findings to attendees at the 2024 ACVIM Forum on the effects of probiotics for idiopathic epilepsy therapy.
  • Valerie Wiles, DVM, DACVIM and Thrive Pet Healthcare explain when treating patients with chemotherapy in your practice or referring to an oncologist, you may get questions from your clients regarding chemotherapy adverse effects.
  • The latest installment of "Clinic center" was posted this week! Take a look at the 3 veterinary centers newly opened or coming soon.
  • And more!
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