Learn about the most common Tripawd limb cancer treatments including bisphosphonates, Palladia (a “targeted therapy) and lung metastasis treatment options, as explained by the Colorado State University Flint Animal Cancer Center’s Dr. Bernard Séguin, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVS, ACVS Founding Fellow – Surgical Oncology and Associate Professor, Surgical Oncology.
Pet cancer treatments are not one-size-fits-all and today you’ll learn which Tripawd chemotherapy candidates are ideal, as well as chemotherapy alternatives for those who aren’t, with Dr. Bernard Seguin from the Flint Animal Cancer Center at Colorado State University.
You never forget the day your pet gets diagnosed with cancer. The bomb probably fell while you sat under bright florescent lights in a sterile room with loud commotion happening just beyond the door. It’s a familiar scene at university veterinary clinics around the globe but not at Colorado State University’s Flint Animal Cancer Center […]
Part 2 of what to expect with cat cancer, oncology and radiation therapy with veterinary oncologist Dr. Sonia Honkisz, DVM MS, assistant oncology professor at Michigan State’s College of Veterinary Medicine
In this informative post about how cat cancer, oncology and radiation affects felines we learn from Dr. Sonia Honkisz, DVM MS, assistant professor of oncology at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Michigan State University.
Exciting UC Davis dog cancer clinical trials for osteosarcoma and mast cell cancer announced at Morris Animal Foundation K9 Cancer Walk in Elk Grove, California.
Dr. Kim Selting at University of Missouri Veterinary Teaching Hospital Cancer Care Clinic helps fight dog cancer with clinical trials, on-site oncology, radiology and breakthrough treatments.
Dr. Avenelle Turner, ACVIM (Oncology) joins Tripawds three legged dog community to answer questions about canine cancer treatment options, Sunday June 3 on Tripawd Talk Radio.
2 Million Dogs Luke Robinson reports from San Antonio about the organizations goals to fund canine cancer research studies.
Dr. Johnny Chretin, DVM, DACVIM from VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital discusses veterinary oncology and dog cancer questions with Tripawds canine amputee community.