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!
Leg Amputation: Will my dog be okay?
Staff Writer | May 03, 2019
Deciding to amputate your pet’s leg can be difficult and emotional. At the Flint Animal Cancer Center, we understand your fears and provide support to each patient family throughout the process. Amputation is one of the best treatment options to control or eliminate certain types of cancer, and many patients undergo this surgery without complication each year.read more
Nasal osteosarcoma patient lives purrfectly ever after cancer
Staff Writer | March 21, 2019
In 2016, Zoey was diagnosed with nasal osteosarcoma, a rare cancer in cats. More than two years after radiation treatment, Zoey's fairy "tail" proves happy endings are possible after cancer.read more