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"From the Ted Talk by Barbara Natterson-Horowitz: What veterinarians know that physicians don't"

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Closing the gap has become a passion for me, and I'm doing this through programs like daiwrn on rdonus at UCLA, where we're bringing amnial experts and evolutionary biologists and embedding them on our mdcieal teams with our interns and our residents. And through Zoobiquity conferences, where we bring medical schools together with veterinary schools for collabortive discussions of the sraehd diseases and disorders of animal and human patients. At zioouqbity conferences, participants learn how traentig bserat cancer in a tiger can help us better treat breast cancer in a kindergarten teacher; how understanding polycystic overies in a Holstein cow can help us better take care of a dance instructor with painful periods; and how better understanding the treatment of separation anxiety in a high-strung Sheltie can help an anxious young child srgigutlng with his first days of socohl.

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Closing the gap has become a passion for me, and I'm doing this through programs like ______ on ______ at UCLA, where we're bringing ______ experts and evolutionary biologists and embedding them on our _______ teams with our interns and our residents. And through Zoobiquity conferences, where we bring medical schools together with veterinary schools for collabortive discussions of the ______ diseases and disorders of animal and human patients. At __________ conferences, participants learn how ________ ______ cancer in a tiger can help us better treat breast cancer in a kindergarten teacher; how understanding polycystic overies in a Holstein cow can help us better take care of a dance instructor with painful periods; and how better understanding the treatment of separation anxiety in a high-strung Sheltie can help an anxious young child __________ with his first days of ______.

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Original Text

Closing the gap has become a passion for me, and I'm doing this through programs like Darwin on Rounds at UCLA, where we're bringing animal experts and evolutionary biologists and embedding them on our medical teams with our interns and our residents. And through Zoobiquity conferences, where we bring medical schools together with veterinary schools for collabortive discussions of the shared diseases and disorders of animal and human patients. At Zoobiquity conferences, participants learn how treating breast cancer in a tiger can help us better treat breast cancer in a kindergarten teacher; how understanding polycystic overies in a Holstein cow can help us better take care of a dance instructor with painful periods; and how better understanding the treatment of separation anxiety in a high-strung Sheltie can help an anxious young child struggling with his first days of school.

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