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Monoclonal Antibodies and Canine Lymphoma: A huge leap forward

July 28, 2015

Comparison of a Standard Regimen (CHOP) with Three Intensive Chemotherapy Regimens for Advanced Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma: Lymphoma is one of the most common cancers in both dogs and cats and one of the most commonly treated ...

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The Early Warning Signs of Cancer in Pets With Dr. Post

December 1, 2014

New Canaan, CT, August 29, 2013 – Pet owners are invited to learn how detect the warning signs of cancer in their pets on September 10th , 2013, from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at ...

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ACF Veterinary Challenge™ 2014

August 14, 2014

Veterinary hospital doctors and support staff are invited to field a team(s) and bring their adoring public to cheer them on as they compete in interactive, intellectual and physical games in the ACF Veterinary Challenge™. ...

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ACF Supports NCI Comparative Melanoma Tumor Board

August 14, 2014

Purpose: To bring together expert human and veterinary pathologists to compare and contrast the histologic features and pathobiology of mucosal melanomas in humans and dogs.  By addressing mucosal melanoma in the context of multiple species, ...

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A New Understanding of the Cause of Cancer

July 30, 2014

You probably learned in school that cancer is caused by the mutation of cells that grow out of control causing tumors. This view was first suggested in 1928 and has held pretty fast in the ...

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Measles Vaccine May Wipe Out Cancer

July 30, 2014

Future cancer patients may have one very brave woman to thank: A 49-year-old Mayo Clinic patient who suffered from multiple myeloma for about a decade is now cancer-free thanks to a cutting-edge treatment. In an ...

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Strontium 90 – An old modality brings new treatment options to the VCC

June 2, 2014

Recently the Veterinary Cancer Center added to their armamentarium in the fight against  cancer with a Strontium-90 superficial probe. A Strontium -90 probe is a radioactive probe that can be placed against a tumor to ...

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Guide to Canine Cancer: Your Most Common Questions Answered

May 30, 2014

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May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month – by Dr. Gerald Post

May 17, 2014

Because 50% of dogs over 10 years of age die of cancer and because 4 to 8 million new cases of cancer in dogs and 4 to 6 million new cases of cancer in cats ...

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Half Body Radiation – Another Weapon in the Fight Against Lymphoma in Dogs

May 13, 2014

As an oncologist, one cancer that I find can be the most satisfying to treat in dogs is lymphoma.  Most dogs with lymphoma will go into remission after only a few treatments and they will ...

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