Oral Tumors in Dogs and Cats

Although the oral cavity may not be the most common location we think of when discussing cancer in companion animals,…

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Radiation can “Take a Bite out of Oral Tumors”

Oral tumors are often devastating for our patients. For an animal having any tumor is not easy…but when that tumor…

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URETHRAL STENTING FOR MALIGNANT OBSTRUCTION

Initial findings Signalment: 8-year-old male castrated beagle (22 kg) Presenting complaint: Progressively worsening stranguria with near complete urinary obstruction Pertinent…

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Inquirer staff writer discusses clinical trials at Hope and her experience with cancer in her cat.

Staff writer Amy Worden for the Philadelphia Inquirer discusses her personal experience with squamous cell carcinoma in her pet cat,…

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Radiation Can Help Control Pain for Dogs with Osteosarcoma

Dutch, a 6 year old, neutered male Great Dane presents to his primary care veterinarian for pain. His owners report…

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Updates in Canine and Feline Mammary Tumors

Mammary tumors are the third most common tumor type seen in the feline cat, and they account for approximately 20%…

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Cytology Case Report

Cytology Case Report A fourteen year old male neutered domestic short-haired cat presented with a several week history of weight…

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Paccal Vet®-CA1: A New Chemotherapeutic in Veterinary Oncology

Paccal Vet®-CA1: A New Chemotherapeutic in Veterinary Oncology Currently in veterinary oncology all chemotherapeutic agents are used on an off-label…

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Hope Oncology and Cardiology Team at ACVC 10/14 & 10/15

Drs. Craig Clifford, Siobhan Haney, and Kate Vickery will be hosting a whole day track on various oncology topics at…

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Updates in Radiation Therapy

Stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) is a treatment delivery technique that utilizes a single high dose of radiation to ablate a tumor,…

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