Learn About Cancer and Early Detection Methods
Although cancer is the leading cause of death in geriatric patients, it's also the most treatable disease when compared with life limiting diseases like congestive heart failure and diabetes. An educated and dedicated veterinary health care team is essential to compassionately care for cancer patients.
Learn About How to Deal With A Cancer Diagnosis
Our team of board certified medical oncologists, surgeons, radiologists and nurses are some of the most experienced and highly trained in the world and are here to help you. In this section of our Cancer Guide we discuss how to deal with a diagnosis, treatment plans, and much more!
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Golden retrievers have higher rates of cancer than other breeds of dogs and as a result their lifespans are significantly shorter. Now scientists in Colorado are trying to figure out why cancer is so widespread in this breed. Dr. Ogilvie is the Director for the Angel Care Cancer Center in Carlsbad explained that 56.6 percent of all goldens are affected. And it's those numbers that are the reason the Morris Animal Foundation in Colorado is doing a study on 3,000 golden retrievers, over their lifetime, to see what might be the cause.
Investigators from California Veterinary Specialists empowered by funding from the Special Care Foundation for Companion Animals, has worked with the discovery team led by Dr. Genevieve Hansen to develop a novel therapy for T-cell lymphoma in dogs. The veterinary oncologists and nurses at all three CVS hospitals (Murrieta, Ontario and Carlsbad) executed a series of clinical and basic science trials to document the safety and efficacy of the monoclonal antibody therapy that triggers the immune system to kill the T cell lymphoma cancer cells ...