Not everything a vet tells you is a certainty. We don’t lie, of course, but sometimes we must make educated guesses based on limited evidence or even our own experiences. This isn’t necessarily bad medicine or even risky, but there may be a better way to approach problems. How different vets deal with difficulties has resulted in a debate between how we approach veterinary medicine; the debate between evidence-based veterinary medicine and experience-based veterinary medicine.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has announced that it has launched an investigation into the acquisition of several practices by IVC Evidensia. The inquiry relates to deals involving an equine clinic in Berkshire, plus five other practices in eastern England and two in Wales. IVC said it was “engaging constructively” with the probe, which … Read more