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    Dean of Veterinary Science Professor Ken Hinchcliff talks to the ABC Country Hour about research which has found that the banned drug furosemide dramatically reduces bleeding from the lungs of racehorses. Furosemide is banned for use on race days in most countries, including Australia.

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