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CAHF fellow helps fungus-filled dogs

September 19th, 2013

Physicians use the drug voriconazole in their human patients to cure fungal infections in difficult-to-treat sites and to combat fungal diseases such as systemic aspergillosis. But can this anti-fungal drug be used in dogs? While the use of voriconazole in dogs hasn’t been extensively studied, the drug does offer advantages over other medications. “This drug has a very good penetration …

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CAHF fellow Dr. Julie Lemetayer. Photo: Melissa Cavanagh.