Welcome to VIP News!Our new blog is dedicated to sharing the latest stories from the Flint Animal Cancer Center’s Very Important Pets & People! Plus, you’ll learn more about our current clinical trials, our inspiring research, and our work to find a cure for BOTH pets and people with cancer. We invite you to follow us!
Questioning and Assessing Your Pet's Quality of Life
Lisa Hunter, L.S.W., Argus Institute | January 10, 2019
One of the most challenging aspects of caring for a pet involves making decisions for their health and well-being. These decisions become increasingly difficult when considering quality of life.read more
Veterinary Oncology 2019 – Growing to meet the needs of patients and their caretakers.
Dr. Rod Page, D.V.M., Flint Animal Cancer Center Director | December 19, 2018
In the last 30 years, veterinary oncology has developed from an interest group to a multi-specialty, international network of clinical professionals. In total, there may now be more than 1,000 veterinarians that have achieved a formal credential in either medical oncology, radiation oncology or surgery in the United States.read more
Littermates Annie and Ollie race again, but this time for a cure
Staff Writer | December 06, 2018
In June 2017, Kim's greyhound, Annie, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma. Having been through this diagnosis with her first greyhound, Kim was better prepared and wanted to know more about treatment options. Her veterinarian recommended Colorado State University’s Flint Animal Cancer Center.read more