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Can you imagine a world in which canine cancer is no longer a mystery? Where the root causes are known and cancer can actually be PREVENTED in many cases? Can you imagine that happening within the next 15 years? It … Continue reading
Not long ago, when a dog was diagnosed with lymphoma, one of the most common forms of canine cancer, pet guardians had little reason to hope for a cure. With success rates of less than 2% and remission times lasting … Continue reading
Have you ever had friends or family look at you strangely or make snide comments when you tell them you only give your dog filtered water, or when you discuss your dog’s diet and they realize that your dog eats … Continue reading
The Wall Street Journal published an excellent article today about canine cancer, its links to genetics, and what you can do to try to lower your dog’s risk of developing cancer or at least, catch it early. Please take a … Continue reading
In this video, Dr. Mona Rosenberg, a Board Certified Veterinary Oncologist from Veterinary Cancer Group in Tustin, CA, discusses mast cell tumors in dogs: what they are, how they are diagnosed and an overview of treatment options. Mast Cell Tumor Treatments for … Continue reading
Thanks to the National Canine Cancer Foundation for sharing this new clinical trial opportunity with us. If your dog has recently been diagnosed with lymphoma and you are interested in learning more about how to participate in this treatment research, … Continue reading
Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine Clinical Trial for Canine Mammary Cancer The College of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn University in Alabama is opening a clinical trial to evaluate the effectiveness of a new cellular therapeutic vaccine directed against mammary cancer … Continue reading