Economic Impact of Osteoarthritis and Joint Health Supplements (AAEP 2010)

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Osteoarthritis is expensive to manage, with estimated annual costs as high as $10,000-15,000 per horse to diagnose, treat, and medicate, explained Wayne McIlwraith, BVSc, PhD, DSc, FRCVS, Dipl. ACVS, director of the Orthopedic Research Center at Colorado State University, who discussed the economic impact of osteoarthritis and oral joint-health supplements (OJHS) at the 2010 American Association

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