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New York State College of Veterinary Medicine Cornell University Annual Report 1986-87
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New York State College of Veterinary Medicine; Redmond, Karen E.; Doliner, Persephone J.
Topics in this Annual Report include: [Transmittal letters]; Contents; Message from the Dean (Robert D. Phemister); The Computerization of Veterinary Medicine; Research for the Real World; News Briefs; Faculty and Staff Changes; Statistics; Financial Statements; Administrators and Advisers; Further Information.
Ninetieth Annual Report, July 1, 1986 to June 30, 1987 Legislative document no. 88
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