Rural areas in Kansas to get new veterinarians

06/15/2010 | WIBW-TV (Topeka, Kan.)

Five of the recent graduates at Kansas State University's College of Veterinary Medicine were supported by a financial-incentives program designed to address the lack of veterinarians in rural areas in the state. The five new veterinarians will serve in designated veterinary shortage areas in the state, as part of the Veterinary Training Program for Rural Kansas.

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