No pain, big gains as veterinary stud...

No pain, big gains as veterinary students practice on robo-pets

There are 1 comment on the Seattle Times story from Feb 2, 2013, titled No pain, big gains as veterinary students practice on robo-pets. In it, Seattle Times reports that:

Professor Dan Fletcher stands with the robotic dog he developed, Robo-Jerry II, in the Simulation Center at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, in New York.

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Mountain View, CA

#1 Feb 2, 2013
now that's more like it. no cruelty no painful barbaric suffering and real science, not bogus and cruel experimentations, only for a pretended profit motive.

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