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Iowa State University Veterinarian: Volume 40, Issue 1

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A Dean on the Run
( 1978) Jensen, D. Nick ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

It's not exactly like it was in the old song, but Dr. Phillip Pearson, Dean of the ISU College of Veterinary Medicine, is certainly a "man on the run". Not in his workday fast-paced (I know how long it took to find an open spot for an interview so that this article could be written!), but Dr. Pearson quite literally spends his leisure time on the run as he claims that a 5-10 mile run out on the roads around Ames is the best way he knows of to relax after a hard day's work.

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Alumni News
( 1978) Iowa State University Digital Repository

This article contains news pertaining to the alumni of the College of Veterinary Medicine.

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Combined Immunodeficiency in Horses: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Significance
( 1978) Brady, Alan ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

Over the past 10 years, the discovery of a new immunodeficiency syndrome has been made in the Arabian horse breed. Designated as a combined immunodeficiency (CID) because affected foals show a deficiency in both cellular and humoral immunity, the syndrome has attracted much interest due to its seriousness (100% mortality in affected foals within 5 months of birth) and the prevalence of the syndrome in the Arabian Breed (according to one study 2.3% of all Arabian foals are affected).

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Student-Faculty News
( 1978) Iowa State University Digital Repository

This article contains news pertaining to the students and faculty of the College of Veterinary Medicine.

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Future of the Animal Health Industry
( 1978) Phillipson, David ; Iowa State University Digital Repository

"The future of the animal health industry is uncertain. There is a web of unrelenting governmental regulation, leaving little room for optimism in our outlook. No reasonable person is in principle opposed to some governmental regulation, but reasonable people expect reasonable, responsible regulation - not a proliferation of confusing, often contradictory dictates that threaten to paralyze and transform our society.

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