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Another week down.

Biomedical sciences major Michelle Feenstra is studying abroad at the University of Tasmania.
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Happy first day of fall 🍂
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Get your green on tomorrow, Rams.
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Did your pup make a splash? Pooch Plunge 2016 at City Park Pool is one for the record books:
631 dogs
1,000 humans
5 first-aid cases (broken toenails and puncture wounds)
3 volunteer veterinarians from CSU
100 gallons wet dog hair removed from filters
1000's of happy memories
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Join President Tony Frank and our campus community for the annual Fall Address and University Picnic on the Oval.

Off campus? Watch the livestream here: http://source.colostate.edu/fall-address/
The annual President’s Fall Address, followed immediately by the University Picnic, will be held Wednesday, Aug. 31, 11:30 a.m., on the Oval. The entire Colorado State University community is…
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Here's to all our women faculty, staff, veterinarians, industry professionals, alumni and students (past and present) who are changing the world by helping animals, people and the planet.

Happy Women’s Equality Day.
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“There’s clearly hope over time. … Persistence, persistence, persistence, that’s what is going to get us there,” said Dr. Steve Withrow, founding director of our Flint CSU Animal Cancer Center at last night's sneak preview of “The Answer to Cancer May Be Walking Right Beside Us.”
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The CSU documentary about comparative oncology will air on Rocky Mountain PBS Sept. 29 at 9 p.m.

Pictured from left: CSU President Tony Frank, video producer Tom Milligan, videographer Joe Vasos, and Dr. Steve Withrow.
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"He's kind of an idiot when it comes to food," says Amanda Fries, whose 7-year-old lab, Rylee, swallowed this spoon as she was feeding him some table scraps. Our vets avoided surgery by removing the spoon endoscopically.
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Good news: It’s working.

Grizzly’s kidneys are slowly starting to recover 💚
A very sick Samoyed is slowly getting better thanks to cutting edge treatments at Colorado State University.
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what a great story!! We all hope Grizzly continues to get better
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“Cancer is cancer, regardless of the species,” says Dr. Rodney Page, director of our Flint Animal Cancer Center.
Prized for more than 10,000 years as loyal companions, domestic dogs now also become a powerful ally in the fight against cancer
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Veterinarians and students from our exotic and equine services performed ultrasounds on sharks at the Downtown Aquarium - Denver.
The teams often collaborate with curators at the aquarium to care for the animals.
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Good girl, Cricket Hope.

Happy National Dog Day to all our furry friends.
It’s National Dog Day, so we invited a very special furry guest, Cricket Hope, and her amazing owners and members of VetSpecialists.com Cricket suffered a brain tumor and seizures, and needed emer…
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what a great story!
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Helping animals, people, and the planet.
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The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS) strives to provide high quality education in the biomedical sciences through undergraduate majors in environmental health, microbiology, and biomedical sciences; through the Professional Veterinary Medical program; and through high quality graduate education in anatomy and neurobiology, clinical sciences, environmental health, microbiology, pathology, physiology and radiological health sciences. The College contributes to the prevention and control of human and animal disease through basic and applied research programs encompassing each of these disciplines and provides outreach and service locally and nationally through its Hospital, Diagnostic Laboratory, technology transfer, and dissemination of important discoveries affecting human and animal health.

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