Penn Vet provides human H1N1, originally labeled swine flu virus, and animal-related diseases information.
April 30, 2009 - What Penn is Doing About H1N1 Flu. MORE>>
Breakdown Injuries in Thoroughbred Race Horses: Perspectives on Solutions.
David M. Nunamaker, VMD, DACVS
They Shoot Horses, Don’t They, a movie in the late 1960s, portrayed the lives of a disparate group of contestants engaged in a grueling dance marathon. The movie’s title however, conveyed to many people the end result of injury associated with horse racing. It is a misconception since great strides have been made in the treatment of catastrophic breakdown injuries. Success, however, may still be uncertain depending on the specifics of the injury, the experience of the treating team and factors termed luck or fate. MORE>>
August 21, 2008 - Rabid Kitten Confirmed in Northeast Philadelphia (PDF, 40k)
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bellwether 63, winter 2006
Germ Warfare: Penn Researchers Collaborate on Nationwide Salmonella Study
bellwether 62, summer 2005
Out of Africa: Dr. Adrian Morrison Provides Hope through Education
bellwether 61, spring 2005
Penn Vets Keep Watch on Chronic Wasting Disease
The Aftermath: Dealing with the Grieving Process
Field of Dreams