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01/07/2020 - N. Grafton, Mass. - Dr. Caroline McKinney, Resident at the Hospital for Large Animals, and Dr. Daniela Bedenice, Associate Professor of Clinical Sciences, pose for a photo together with Gracie, one of the teaching horses, on January 7, 2020. The two researchers are innovators in conducting equine fecal matter transplants. (Alonso Nichols/Tufts University)

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Testing a New Therapy for Horses Struggling to Breathe

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