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Funding for herbal research is difficult to get. Yet herbs are one of the most commonly used integrative methods of treating disease in pets. The University of Florida has an active integrative veterinary medicine service, with dedicated faculty and equipment currently being used for veterinary herbal medicine and research. Although some research results are encouraging more study is required in order to be able to bring herbal medicine into the forefront to treat animals. Your donations will help us in our efforts to support UF’s desire to increase research in herbal veterinary medicine.
Your $25 could pay for preparation of an herbal extract Your $60 could pay for herbs for a 2-month trial Your $75 could pay for analysis of an herbal extract Your $100 could pay for 1 blood test in 1 clinical trial Your $150 could screen 2 herbs for their anti-cancer action for future clinical trials Your $360 could pay for herbs for a 1-year clinical trial
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Congratulations to the University of Florida (UFL) for winning the AHVM Foundation educational grant. This is awarded to the veterinary school which best illustrates their intent and ability to become a force in integrative veterinary medicine and research. The AHVM Foundation is already funding a research study at their school, and is familiar with their ability to follow through with their projects.