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The report will discuss an incident, which occured last June, involving the possible exposure of 30 Veterinary School students and staff members to a leukemia-causing virus. Andrews said that the report, which was due in September according to University policy, is being released late because the investigation was complicated. Ferrer's research has been suspended since June when University officials discovered that Ferrer failed to separate lambs that were innoculated with a leukemia-causing virus from the rest of a healthy flock. Students and staff came into contact with the innoculated lambs during routine operations performed on what the students thought were healthy sheep. -- Melissa Fragnito

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