Beware Bute's Adverse Effects, Researchers Recommend

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Phenylbutazone, or Bute, is an anti-inflammatory drug widely administered long-term for the management of painful musculoskeletal injuries, navicular syndrome, and osteoarthritis. While it is widely known that Bute can cause serious adverse events such as gastric ulcers or kidney dysfunction, most horse people believe adverse reactions to be rare and, therefore, not something to

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