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When Linda and Patrick Henthorne took their chow, Tory, into a routine dental checkup, they didn’t expect to find out that she had oral melanoma. On average, this type of cancer will take the life of a dog within a year if left untreated.
Making history, quietly
Capsule Endoscopy Offers Minimally Invasive Option; VMC Construction Update; Diagnostic Imaging Services in Equine Medicine; Behavioral Medicine Service Temporarily Relocates to Dublin; Welcome Dr. Hinds.
The College of Veterinary Medicine and Dr. Mary Jo Burkhard were featured in two pages of The Women's Place 2016 Status Report for their commitment to creating a community of inclusion.  
Dean Rustin Moore will be among the scheduled presenters at this Saturday’s, fifth annual TEDxOhioStateUniversity. His presentation, “The Power of a Pet” will explore the benefits of the human-animal bond.
Drs. Mary Jo Burkhard and Linda Saif represented the College of Veterinary Medicne at the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) Gender Initiative Symposium on Tuesday February 16th. 
Dr. Takele Tadesse Adafrie, vice president of Research and Community Services at the University of Gondar, has been visiting Ohio State since Feb. 13 with the goal of developing long-term strategic partnerships in research, service-learning.
Beginning March 1, the Hospital for Companion Animals' clients will enter via the Hospital for Farm Animals door and park across the street (Vernon L. Tharp St.) from the Veterinary Medical Center. 
Scarlet and Gay: The OSU LGBTQ Alumni Society is dedicated to making studying at Ohio State a financial reality for more LGBTQ students and their allies
Dr. Wondwossen Gebreyes, professor in the Department of Veterinary Preventive Medicine and director of global health programs, was named a recipient of Universitas 21 (U21) Award for Internationalization. 

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