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Veterinary Med. Advances #85296

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 07, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(No location given) Breakthroughs in veterinary medical examined; films shown. Doberman's case cited as example [Dr. David MATTHIESEN - acknowledges risks in dog's surgery.] [Dr. William J. KAY - notes increasing number of veterinarian specialists in training.] Similarities in treatments for humans and animals discussed; Cardiopet telephone diagnostic services examined. [Cardiopet spokesperson Dr. Robert COHEN - discusses case.] [Dr. Richard McFEELY - comments on research and treatment of livestock.] Issue of econs. of medical care for animals considered. [Dr. Ken. C. BOVEE - notes emotional impact on owners.]
REPORTER: Roger Caras

Caras, Roger;
Robinson, Max

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