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Advances in Veterinary Medicine and Changes in the Human/Animal Bond Increase Pet’s Lifespan

The following article by reporter William Grimes was published in the Friday, April 5 issue of the New York Times. The feature, “New Treatments to Save a Pet, but Questions About the Costs,” is about the changes in the human/animal bond, advances in veterinary medicine that can prolong a pet’s life, and the cost of these advances. The Canine Bone Marrow Transplant Program at the NC State University College of Veterinary Medicine is feaured.   

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