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A 3-D printed, cast-like device allowed the calf’s jaw fracture to heal.
Using gene expression analysis, researchers found trends in the disease process.
UF’s veterinary oncology team began treating patients with the new LINAC in September.
Dr. Dianne McFarlane joins UF in her new role on Dec. 15.
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