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Veterinary Oncology Specialty Training

New fellowship trains future veterinary oncology clinician-scientists

Staff Writer | December 03, 2019

The Seeker Oncology Research Fellowship supports a two-year comprehensive research training program at the Flint Animal Cancer Center for a veterinary clinical specialist committed to an academic career.

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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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Latest News from the Flint Animal Cancer Center

Staff | December 02, 2019

Check out the latest news from the Flint Animal Cancer Center.

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comparative oncology

One Health. One Cancer. One Cure.

Staff Writer | January 23, 2020

January is One Health Awareness Month. Translational medicine, including the field of comparative oncology, falls under the One Health Umbrella. Our clinicians and scientists were pioneers in the field of comparative oncology, which is the study of naturally occurring cancers in more than one species. Through their work, they learned that companion dogs who develop cancer naturally, just like people, serve as valuable models for human disease.

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One Cure

Why I'm Racing for One Cure

Graham Rahal | August 30, 2018

When you think of the name Rahal, you likely think of racing, not dogs, and certainly not cancer research. It makes sense. Thanks to my dad, 1986 Indy 500 winner and three-time INDYCAR Champion Bobby Rahal, I grew up around race tracks. I got  my first professional win when I...

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