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Comparative Oncology Osteosarcoma Clinical Trials

New Hope for Canines and Kids with Bone Cancer

Staff | August 23, 2018

Cancer is cancer, whether you have  two legs or four. With that principle in mind, Flint Animal Cancer Center scientists, Drs. Steve Dow and Dan Regan, are collaborating with pediatric oncologists at Children’s Hospital Colorado to study a promising new therapy to treat metastatic bone cancer in both dogs and...

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Canine Cancer Prevention Vaccine

Canine cancer prevention vaccine study seeks participants

Lauren Mingus | June 18, 2019

As part of the largest interventional canine clinical trial ever conducted, veterinarians leading the Vaccine Against Canine Cancer Study seek to enroll 800 healthy, middle-aged pet dogs to evaluate the effectiveness of a new cancer prevention vaccine.

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Veterinary Radiation Oncology

3-D Printed Bolus: Setting a new standard in radiation oncology

Staff Writer | May 29, 2019

Over the last year, Flint Animal Cancer Center's medical physicist, Dr. Del Leary, has worked with radiation oncologists to develop 3-D-printed molds, known as boluses, that contour to patient bodies to improve radiation dose delivery to tumors.

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Canine Cancer Prevention Vaccine

Cancer Prevention Vaccine Study Featured on CNN

CNN | June 21, 2019

In a new study led by Dr. Doug Thamm, medical...

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Research

Dr. Rod Page honored for career achievement in canine research

Lauren Mingus | July 29, 2019

Dr. Rod Page, professor of medical oncology, Stephen J Withrow Presidential Chair in Oncology, and director of the Flint Animal Cancer Center at CSU’s James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital,  received the American Veterinary Medical Association Career Achievement in Canine Research Award at the National Veterinary Scholars Symposium on July 27 in Worcester, Mass.

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