VIP News

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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! 
Caring for pets with cancer.

10 Things to Do When Your Pet Gets Cancer

Dr. Nicole Ehrhart, V.M.D., Surgical Oncology Professor, Flint Animal Cancer Center | November 14, 2019

Learning someone you love has cancer is scary without a doubt. However, as a pet parent you have options. This helpful article will help you navigate next steps as you develop an action plan.  1....

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Canine Cancer

Common Cancers in Dogs

Staff Writer | November 14, 2019

One in four dogs will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetimes, and it’s the leading cause of death in pets beyond middle age. As with people, some canine cancers are more common than others. Fortunately, with treatment, many dogs can continue to live quality lives after a cancer diagnosis.

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Canine Lymphoma

Lymphoma In Dogs

Staff Writer | November 06, 2019

Canine lymphoma is one of the most common cancers diagnosed in dogs today, accounting for up to 24% of all new canine cancers. Lymphoma is very sensitive to chemotherapy, and up to 95% of dogs treated will go into remission when the most effective treatment protocols are used.

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Pet Cancer

Top 10 Warning Signs of Cancer in Pets

Staff Writer | October 31, 2019

Cancer is the leading cause of death in pets beyond middle age. As with people, early detection can make a difference. Review these warning signs to catch pet cancer early!

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Pet Cancer Prevention

Pet Cancer Prevention Tips

Staff Writer | October 31, 2019

The reasons some pets (and people) get cancer while others don’t is still a mystery. And while there are no guarantees, there are steps we can take to decrease the risk that our pets will get cancer.

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