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Issue 1: January 2011
Topics include Noise Phobia, Subaortic Stenosis and Canine Allergies.
Issue 2: March 2011
Topics include Transitional Cell Carcinoma, Vaccination Protocols and Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CrCL) Deficiency.
Issue 3: May 2011
Topics include Immunonutrition, Grass Awn Migration Disease, Osteosarcoma Research and recent genetic discoveries.
Issue 4: July 2011
Topics include Hereditary Cataract, Lymphoma Research and Determining When to Spay or Neuter.
Issue 5: September 2011
Topics include Lens Luxation in Terriers, Osteosarcoma Reserach, Canine Arthritis and upcoming events.
Issue 7: January 2012
Topics include Pancreatitis, Improving Cataract Surgery Outcomes, and Dehydration and Overheading in dogs.
Issue 9: May 2012
Topics include Metronomic Chemotherapy, Locating Clinical Trials and Mast Cell Tumors.
Issue 10: July 2012
Topics include Laser Therapy for Dogs, Cruciate Liagment Rupture Research and the Canine Athlete Initiative
Issue 11: September 2012
Topics include Pythiosis, New Eye Registry and Database, Planned Giving and more.
Issue 12: November 2012
Topics include the Clinician-Scientist Fellowship Program, Holiday Safety, Gum Disease and more.
Issue 13: January 2013
Topics inlcude Bloat, IMHA, Ear Health and more.
Issue 14: March 2013
Topics include various health concerns of the canine athlete.
Issue 15: May 2013
Topics include Pet Cancer Awareness Month and more.
Issue 16: July 2013
Topics include pet travel safety, Bloat Initiative update, motion sickness in dogs and more.
Issue 17: September 2013
Topics include supporting research outside of your breed, stopping drug resistant bacteria, and emergency preparedness.
Issue 18: November 2013
Topics include bloat grants funded, persistence in research, and eye health.
In this podcast we hear from Dr. Natasha Olby, Professor of Neurology at the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Olby received her veterinary degree and PhD from the University of Cambridge and is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine with a specialty in small animal neurology and neurosurgery. Dr. Olby recently received funding from CHF to develop a novel regenerative medicine treatment for spinal cord injury in dogs, and today we will discuss the innovative, comprehensive approach she is taking to address the needs of these injured patients.
This podcast was made possible thanks to the generous support of the Kenneth A. Scott Charitable Trust, a KeyBank Trust.