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Archive for September, 2015

Researchers show that genetic background regulates tumor differences

Researchers from Uppsala University, Sweden, and the Broad Institute, USA, have identified both similarities and differences between a single tumour type in multiple dog breeds; a finding they…

Researchers show that genetic background regulates tumour differences

Researchers from Uppsala University, Sweden, and the Broad Institute, USA, have identified both similarities and differences between a single tumour type in multiple dogs breeds; a finding they…

Purdue’s dog-breeding standards to enter testing phase

Science-based standards developed for the care and well-being of dogs bred commercially will soon go through pilot testing among breeders as part of a two-year Purdue University research project.

Kolltan Pharmaceuticals announces KTN0158 preclinical data at ESMO 2015

Kolltan Pharmaceuticals, Inc. today announced the presentation of data from a preclinical study evaluating KTN0158 in dogs with spontaneous mast cell tumors.

Disciplinary Committee to hold two hearings in October 2015

In October 2015, the RCVS Disciplinary Committee, as constituted under the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966, will be holding two separate disciplinary hearings at our Belgravia House offices.

Discuss the issues affecting the profession at RCVS Question Time in Watford

Vets, veterinary nurses and other members of the practice team will be able to put their questions to the RCVS at a Question Time event in November.

Veterinary surgeons suspended from the Register for lying about fatal operation

The Disciplinary Committee of the RCVS has suspended two veterinary surgeons from the Register after finding them guilty of lying to clients and the College about the circumstances of a castration procedure which led to the death of a dog.

Cattle disease spread by vets, not cows, suggests new study

A cattle disease that affected more than 5,000 cows, over 500 of which were killed, was probably spread by vets farmers and cattle traders in Germany, according to one of the first research…

Superbug study reveals how E. coli strain acquired deadly powers

A strain of E. coli became a potentially fatal infection in the UK around 30 years ago, when it acquired a powerful toxin, a gene study has revealed.

Annual renewal fee 2015-16 for veterinary nurses now due

We have contacted all registered veterinary nurses reminding them that their annual renewal fee for 2015-16 is now due.

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