The 28 Veterinary Colleges in the United States, Part II

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A geographic imbalance of veterinary colleges to the national need has led to a functional estrangement from human medicine, an overreliance on the agricultural lobby for state funding of our colleges, and a separation of our colleges from the human and companion animal population centers of the country.
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2013-05-05
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Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
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History of Veterinary Medicine; Land-grant institutions; Location of Veterinary Colleges; American Veterinary Medical Association; United States Veterinary Medical Association
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