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This week the OSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital diagnosed a horse with the neurologic form of Equine Herpes Virus 1 (EHV-1), a naturally occurring virus that can cause serious illness in horses when activated. The horse is isolated and all activities and services in the hospital are continuing.

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New procedure could save animal shelters time and money.

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Concerned about the current outbreak of canine influenza in Chicago? Dr. Lee Palmer, head of small animal critical care in the OSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital, has some information to help.

Professor Jean Hall, has developed a new biomarker that can provide earlier identification of chronic kidney disease in cats, allowing owners to treat the disease with diet and therapy.

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Using math-based computer modeling techniques, Medlock and colleagues at Yale University developed a set of recommendations they believe could greatly slow the spread of Ebola.

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OSU veterinarians have been helping veterinarians at Wildlife Safari use artificial insemination to increase the population of endangered cheetahs.

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Horse treated for mild respiratory disease, EHV-4, and has been discharged.

OSU veterinary researchers identify group of proteins integral to the spread of cancer.