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Old October 17th, 2007, 09:20 AM
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Dr. Lee explains titers and vaccine titers

In our latest podcast (an audio recording) #28 Dr. Lee demystifies titers and vaccine titers.

Since many people are confused about what titers do, I'd love to know what you think so please have a listen here.

http://pets.ca/blog/?p=44

You should see an embedded player to click on which is the easiest way to listen, or just download it to your computer (it's free of all nasty things) and play it with an audio player like the windows media player. If for any reason you have technical trouble, I'm always here to help.


Thx!

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