Celebrating 10 Years
Please join us this year as we celebrate the 10th anniversary of One Cure. A decade ago, we set out on a path to raise awareness and funding to benefit pets and people with cancer. It started as an idea with Meg O’Neil after her dog. Elway, was treated at the FACC for bone cancer. Today, it is a growing national movement. Thanks to Meg’s vision and the support of friends across the country, we have many accomplishments to celebrate.
In Search of a Cure for Pets and People
Comparative oncology is the study of naturally occurring cancers in more than one species. For nearly forty years, the Flint Animal Cancer Center has been the world’s leader in comparative oncology research. Through partnerships with the National Cancer Institute, the University of Colorado Cancer Center, industry, and foundations, we are committed to growing the field to conquer cancer in all species.
One Cure’s founding principle is that cancer affects all creatures and that treatment breakthroughs come through collaborations between scientists and doctors who are working with pets and people. One Cure’s goal is to improve the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer in pets. And then use our research and knowledge also to benefit people with cancer.
You can help pets and people with cancer.
Your gift to One Cure supports our clinical trials and comparative oncology research. Through One Cure, we’re finding better and less costly treatments, improved diagnostic tools, and even preventative interventions for the benefit of pets and people with cancer.