Dr. Gregory Ogilvie, director of the CVS Angel Care Cancer Center, actively participated in and raised money for Pedal the Cause bike ride, a non-profit dedicated to raising money for cancer research at San Diego's three NCI-designated Cancer Institutes; UCSD Moores Cancer Center, The Salk Institute and Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute. The two-day ride covered 150 miles from La Jolla to Temecula. Pedal the Cause granted $425,000 from the 2013 ride and is expected to double that amount thanks to the brave donors who helped make t...
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..
The word cancer is as dark and empty as the disease it defines. A diagnosis of cancer often brings with it feelings of overwhelming fear, a spiraling sense of loss of control, and most devastating of all, the loss of hope. This occurs regardless of whether the patient is a human family member or a precious pet. I know, because I am a veterinary oncologist at California Veterinary Specialists Angel Care Cancer Center and am given the honor of doing everything I can to defeat cancer in my animal patients with compassionate care. Like my fellow...
CVS Angel Care is proud to announce our new Videos & Media section. Stay tuned as we continue to add to our library!
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!
In case you missed it, check out last week’s KUSI-TV live segment with Dr. Ogilvie as he discusses cancer treatment for animals.