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Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz: The Animal-Human Health Connection

Dr Barbara Natterson-Horowitz
Dr. Barbara Natterson Horowitz's book “Zoobiquity”, has set the human and animal medical communities on fire by articulating how many physical and even behavioral disorders are nearly the same in both animals and humans. As a result, veterinarians and doctors are beginning to collaborate in an unprecedented way, opening up new thinking about medical care for both animals and humans. Join us for this live talk with Dr. Natterson-Horowitz as we continue this exciting discussion.

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When UCLA cardiologist Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz was called to the LA Zoo in spring 2005 to consult on the heart operation on a tamarin, little did she know it was a visit that would change her life, and possibly change how medical care is delivered throughout the world. Barbara’s work, including her book “Zoobiquity”, has set the human and animal medical communities on fire by articulating how many physical and even behavioral disorders are nearly the same in both animals and humans. As a result, veterinarians and doctors are beginning to collaborate in an unprecedented way, opening up new thinking about medical care for both animals and humans.

Join us for this live talk with Dr. Natterson-Horowitz as we continue this exciting discussion.

Dr. Barbara Natterson-Horowitz: The Animal-Human Health Connection
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