Veterinarian Honored For Work On Identifying Cattle Leukemia Virus Kay Asay Herbert Oberlander George Papavizas Robert Webster As a result of a crucial discovery in the 1970s, veterinarian Janice M. Miller has helped the United States livestock industry stay competitive in world markets today. Her finding: that a virus causes leukemia in cattle. The result: a diagnostic test to detect the virus. In recognition of the breakthrough, Miller was recently selected as the 1988 Distinguis

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