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New Treatment for Hemangiosarcoma May Benefit Dogs & Humans

Without a doubt, Hemangiosarcoma is one of the most difficult cancers to treat in dogs.  A malignant cancer of the blood vessels, hemangiosarcoma is aggressive and silent, and can cause massive internal bleeding as it progresses. All too often, dogs diagnosed with this form of cancer … Continue reading

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New Children’s Book: Meggie, A Canine Cancer Survivor’s Story

Every dog diagnosed with cancer has a story to tell, but not every dog has a book written about their heroic battle.   Meet Meggie, a beautiful Golden Retriever, who was diagnosed with T-cell lymphoma when she was 9 years old.  … Continue reading

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WSJ Article: When Cancer Comes with a Pedigree

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

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