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WSAVA
Signing up to end animal pain

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REPRESENTATIVES from 39 member associations of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) have signed up to show their support for guidelines on the recognition, assessment and management of pain in animals.

The guidelines have been drawn up by the WSAVA's Global Pain Council (GPC) and are intended to be used by veterinarians anywhere in the world. At a press briefing to mark the start of the WSAVA's 2015 world congress in Bangkok, Walt Ingwersen, the WSAVA's president-elect and a …

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