Jerry Vanek Veterinarian - 
	In 2007, I joined 29 other dog mushers and snowmachiners in a 768-mile trek across the state of Alaska, from Nenana to Nome, as a member of the 10th Anniversary reenactment of the historic 1925 Serum Run.  Known as the “Race against Death,“ the original Serum Run was a sled dog relay of life-saving diphtheria antitoxin across the frozen wilderness to save the children of the isolated Alaskan village.  The event lives on in history as one of the most heroic, hazardous, and daring feats of man and dog.
Jerry Vanek Veterinarian

In 2007, I joined 29 other dog mushers and snowmachiners in a 768-mile trek across the state of Alaska, from Nenana to Nome, as a member of the 10th Anniversary reenactment of the historic 1925 Serum Run.  Known as the “Race against Death,“ the original Serum Run was a sled dog relay of life-saving diphtheria antitoxin across the frozen wilderness to save the children of the isolated Alaskan village.  The event lives on in history as one of the most heroic, hazardous, and daring feats of man and dog.