Progress in Predicting Joint Problems

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Someday veterinarians might be able to take a horse's blood sample, analyze its makeup to predict his future bone and joint health, and simply prevent the problems that are likely to arise. In late 2005, 20 leading joint researchers that are pursuing this goal convened for a first-of-a-kind Dorothy Russell Havemeyer Foundation workshop on this topic--equine joint biomarkers. Scientist

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