After the Cornell Feline Research Laboratory was renamed the Cornell Feline Health Center in 1981, it published for veterinarians Cornell Feline Health Center News from 1981-1982 followed by Veterinary News from 1983-1985. They were superseded by Feline Health Topics for Veterinarians issued quarterly from 1986 to 2009.

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  • Cornell Feline Health Center News, No. 1, January 1981 

    Cornell Feline Health Center (New York State College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1981-01)
    Topics in this issue include: Immunopathogenesis of FIP (J.E. Barlough); New Insights in Gastrointestinal Viruses (Y. Hoshino, C.A. Baldwin, F.W. Scott); Old Friends with a New Name; Update on ELISA Test for FeLV (J. E. ...
  • Veterinary News, Summer 1985 

    Cornell Feline Health Center (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1985)
    Topics in this issue include: Feline Heartworm Disease (Frank Smith); Explanation of FeLV Vaccine Guidelines (Gary Cockerell); Dr. Robert Kirk Retires; Toxoplasmosis: Interpretation of Serological Results (Richard H. Jacobson).
  • Veterinary News, Fall 1985 

    Cornell Feline Health Center (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1985)
    Topics in this issue include: Part I: Understanding FUS [Feline Urologic Syndrome]; Is Feline Leukemia Transmissible to Man? (Tim Byers); The Will Is the Way.
  • Veterinary News, Spring 1985 

    Cornell Feline Health Center (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1985)
    Topics in this issue include: A Case for Chemotherapy (June E. Tuttle); Memorial Program Has Many Benefits; Readership Survey (June E. Tuttle); Using the New FeLV Vaccine.
  • Veterinary News, Fall 1984 

    Cornell Feline Health Center (Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Feline Health Center, 1984)
    Topics in this issue include: Periphral Vestibular Diseases in the Cat (Victoria W. Pentlarge); Understanding Coronaviral Serology Titers; Clinic Clips; Client Information Pamphlets.

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