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CSU researchers investigate cause of spike in canine respiratory disease
Colorado State University researchers are investigating whether a contagious illness that has led to a spike in the number of upper respiratory infections in canines along Colorado’s Front Range is due to a new pathogen or an organism that is already known and recognized as a cause of respiratory disease in dogs.
CU Anschutz News: Trial Launched to Test CAR T-Cell Therapy in Dogs Diagnosed With Solid Tumors
Gates Institute member Steve Dow, DVM, is the principal investigator of Colorado State University’s first clinical trial in the use of this novel therapy in canines with naturally occurring osteosarcoma.
There’s no such thing as a “bad” horse
Melinda Story, the inaugural Leslie A. Malone Presidential Chair in Equine Sports Medicine, investigates the equine axial skeleton – which includes the neck, back and pelvis – and nerve pain.