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nding Council Member James P. Mills, a noted horseman and breeder who was a leader in achieving early diagnostic advances at the center. Several fund-raising initiatives have been undertaken in recent years to support the treadmill building and equipment.

"Horse owners have worked hard to make this new facility a reality, and I know they will be excited by the opportunities it will create," said Dr. G. Frederick Fregin, the Jean Ellen duPont Shehan Professor and Director of the Center. "Opening this service allows us to offer a critical, systematic approach to understanding the pathogenesis, response to treatment, and possible prevention of well documented equine problems faced by the industry."


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