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description of the responsibilities of veterinarians as they relate directly to human health
|Statement||prepared by R.K. Anderson ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Anderson, R. K., University of Minnesota. School of Public Health., United States. Health Resources Administration. Division of Associated Health Professions.|
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|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
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Get this from a library. A Description of the responsibilities of veterinarians as they relate directly to human health: a report. [R K Anderson; University of Minnesota. School of Public Health.; United States. Health Resources Administration. Division of Associated Health Professions.;] In – he chaired a group of six faculty members in the School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota as they involved over 70 consultants in preparing A Description of the Responsibilities of Veterinarians as they Relate Directly to Human Health (Anderson et al., ).
The bibliography of over references makes it an Research veterinarians work in laboratories, conducting clinical research on human and animal health problems. These veterinarians may perform tests on animals to identify the effects of drug therapies, or they may test new surgical techniques.
They may also research how to prevent, control, and eliminate food- and animal-borne illnesses and 1. Author(s): Anderson,R K(Robert K.) Title(s): A Description of the responsibilities of veterinarians as they relate directly to human health: a report/ prepared by R.K.
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