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Patient Care

Dr. Nicole EhrhartThe Lucy Oncology Clinic at Flint Animal Cancer Center (FACC) is world renowned as the leading center for veterinary cancer diagnostics, treatment and research. Our multidisciplinary team of cancer specialists helps pet owners navigate the diagnosis and treatment planning for their canine and feline companions. The clinical team meets to discuss every patient’s diagnostic findings, treatment strategies, and clinical trial options. Comprehensive and individualized treatment plans can include surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, a combination of treatments and palliative care.

At the Lucy Oncology Clinic at FACC, science and medicine converge as the latest research is transferred directly to the patient. Clinical trials are available for some patients that are under the care of our team. Clients at the FACC can feel confident that their pets will receive the highest level of clinical care from our veterinarians, nurses, and staff.