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Promoting Diversity in Veterinary Medicine

June 19, 2022

Ethos Veterinary Health is honoring Juneteenth by raising awareness of the lack of diversity in the veterinary field, with the goal of achieving change. We are all better and stronger when we have diverse opinions and diverse thoughts.

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  • IBM and VetBloom Advance Veterinary Industry Group’s Formation of a Learning Credential Blockchain

    November 15, 2019

    WOBURN, Mass. — Nov. 15, 2019: IBM will collaborate with VetBloom, the digital learning ecosystem from Ethos Veterinary Health, to form a group focused on the application of blockchain for learning credentials in the veterinary industry. The goal is to create a framework for competency-based medical education using digital badges to support credentialing.

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  • Ethos Discovery Receives Support from Citizens Bank

    November 1, 2019

    Woburn, Mass. — November 1, 2019: Ethos Discovery is excited to announce a $5,000 grant received by Citizens Bank in support of the Ethos Discovery Research program. This contribution will help Ethos Discovery continue its work to improve health outcomes for humans and animals with complex medical problems.

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  • Ethos Discovery Launches Collaborative Program to Cure Canine Hemangiosarcoma

    August 27, 2019

    Ethos Discovery recently announced its plan to deliver curative outcomes for dogs with splenic hemangiosarcoma. This will be achieved through a combination of genomic and precision medicine, and aligned prospective clinical trials collectively named ePUSH (Ethos Precision Medicine Umbrella Study for Hemangiosarcoma).

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  • Partnership with VetBloom Provides Access to Veterinary Nursing Distance Learning Program

    August 9, 2019

    August 9, 2019, Woburn, MA and West Lafayette, IN: The Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine has entered into a partnership with Ethos Veterinary Health and VetBloom, an innovative veterinary learning ecosystem, to create a pathway that allows members to earn an online veterinary nursing degree through Purdue University. The new partnership will allow VetBloom

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  • New study boasts 90% accuracy when using PARR to diagnose canine lymphoma

    August 7, 2019

    Article originally published in NEWStat, an American Animal Hospital Association Publication  Written by Tony McReynolds Who measures the measurements? Who diagnoses the diagnostics? In short, who assays the assays? Veterinarians have been using polymerase chain reaction for antigen receptor rearrangement (PARR), a readily available molecular assay that helps diagnose some kinds of canine lymphoma, for years.

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  • Lexagene’s Beta Prototype Exceeds Expectations

    July 10, 2019

    For the beta test trial, veterinarians at Mass Vet used LexaGene’s genetic analyzer to determine the cause of an infection and whether antibiotic resistance factors were present that could influence therapy decisions. They focused on processing canine and feline urine samples, but were given the opportunity to load other sample types onto the instrument such as swabs from surgical incisions, cervical swellings, and neck and chest wounds.

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  • LMU Recognizes Ethos Veterinary Health and Mass Vet as Distinguished Clinical Affiliate

    July 1, 2019

    Lincoln Memorial University-College of Veterinary Medicine recognized Ethos Veterinary Health and the Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital (Mass Vet), with the Distinguished Clinical Affiliate Award in recognition of the vital role the clinical partner played in preparing LMU-CVM graduates. Dr. Beth Eisenberg, veterinary criticalist for Ethos Veterinary Health and a veterinarian for Mass Vet, accepted the award at the LMU-CVM Commencement Ceremony on May 18 in Harrogate, Tennessee.

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  • Continued Growth for Ethos Veterinary Health

    June 25, 2019

    Ethos Veterinary Health today announced the addition of two hospital groups: Wisconsin Veterinary Referral Center (WVRC), with three locations in Wisconsin, and Pet Emergency & Specialty Center of Marin (PESCM), located in San Rafael, Calif. The two entities substantially add to Ethos’ hospital network. WVRC extends Ethos’ Midwest footprint into Southern Wisconsin, and PESCM adds to Ethos’ existing presence in Northern California.

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  • Animal Hospital Readies Move to New Quarters

    June 17, 2019

    The new 17,000-square-foot hospital includes five surgery suites, 20 exam rooms, a new, 64-slice CT scanner, severe waiting rooms, a dedicated waiting room just for felines and a larger emergency facility. The animal hospital’s services will continue to include primary care, 24/7 emergency and critical care (365 days year), surgery, cardiology, internal medicine, ophthalmology, acupuncture, an exotics team and more, Bulger officials said.

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  • Bulger Veterinary Hospital Relocates

    June 12, 2019

    Bulger Veterinary Hospital Relocates to New, State-of-the-art Facility Enhancing its Ability to Care for Pets Lawrence, Mass. — June 12, 2019 – Bulger Veterinary Hospital will move to its new location at the former Showcase Cinema site in Lawrence, Massachusetts, located at 141 Winthrop Avenue in Lawrence, MA the last week of June. The move

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  • Lexagene Places its First Beta-Prototype into Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital

    June 5, 2019

    LexaGene Holdings, Inc., a biotechnology company that develops genetic analyzers for rapid pathogen detection and other molecular markers, announced today that it has placed its first beta prototype into Massachusetts Veterinary Referral Hospital (Mass Vet) in Woburn, MA. Mass Vet is an Ethos Veterinary Health hospital.

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  • TGen-Ethos Study Underscores Need for Setting High Standards in Veterinary Cancer Diagnostics

    May 21, 2019

    In a study published in the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine (JVIM), Ethos and TGen found that their test, called ePARR, was more than 90 percent accurate among a range of lymphoma sample types. TGen conducted genetic analysis of more than 180 dogs with naturally occurring cancer to confirm if they had lymphoma, and then determine exactly what type of lymphoma, which is a common and aggressive cancer in dogs.

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