We are in a process developing a new therapy for dogs with lymphoma that harnesses the immune system to destroy its own cancer. With appropriate therapy we are able to not only enhance and improve their quality of life but also extend that life and reduce the need for chemotherapy. This non-invasive, fully-funded study is one in which we take animals that have lymphoma and willing families who are excited about exploring new opportunities that will enhance and improve the quality of life of a pet with cancer.
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Dr. Ogilvie is directing a ground breaking canine clinical trial using a new and revolutionary non-invasive medical device called Voyager. "Voyager is just beginning its voyage as we are beginning the process of identifying the cancers its most effective to treat. It seems to have a broad spectrum of efficacy while being quite safe." The Voyager results are remarkable. Rapid and durable tumor response has been seen in many patients, resulting in partial and complete remissions. After one week of treatment, Voyager safely eliminated 90% of one..
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1. Genelux Corporation Announces Ground-Breaking Clinical Study Evaluating Oncolytic Vaccinia Virus in Canine Cancer Patients.
2. FOXNews: Invisible Virus Is Being Evaluated As The Next Generation of Compassionate Cancer Cures.
3. Special Video on California Veterinary Specialists!
One of the best parts of my internship year at California
Veterinary Specialists is being able to immerse myself
in a different learning experience every few weeks
while rotating from specialty to specialty. While the
long hours and steep learning curve have certainly
increased my daily coffee intake, I still feel incredibly
fortunate every day to have the opportunity to learn
from a diverse and knowledgeable group of talented
specialists, ER clinicians, and technicians. Although I
am continually astounded by the breadth and depth of..
We had a great Christmas at our house on Christmas Eve. Evelyn had her two sons and their families visiting. Was pleased to see Marty, Evelyn's youngest son, his girl friend, Kim, and Klyde, their dog. Several years ago Klyde was a mal-treated, abandoned dog that Marty learned about and agreed to take in to his home. They have become inseparable. Mutual love and admiration. Marty is a quiet guy, not given to showing much emotion. But I knew full well that he had just gone through emotional hell. I learned only on ...
Dr. Lin, a 2012 UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine graduate, is sharing her experiences during her first year as a veterinarian: One month into my internship at California Veterinary Specialists and I still feel like a bit of an imposter walking, into a room and introducing myself as the veterinarian. While I may look like I just graduated from high, school, the clients seem to find confidence in my, stethoscope, name tag, and white coat and hand their, pets over without a second glance. Luckily, I have the, combined experience of a ...
CVS has recently donated 33 oxygen masks designed for use on pets to the Murrieta Fire Department. As stated by Chief Matt Shobert, "This equipment has the potential to save the life of a four-legged family member in the event of a fire. Read more and watch the video on Press Enterprise!
The investigative FOXNews journalists caught up with the clinicians, nurses and researchers at California Veterinary Specialists Angel Care Cancer Center to learn how an invisible virus is being evaluated as the next generation of compassionate cancer cures in dogs, cats and people. Angel Care Cancer Center, a separate but allied non-profit research organization, the Special Care Foundation for Companion Animals and the San Diego based company Genelux have teamed up to affirm the safety an efficacy of a new cancer killing virus. The therapy