TOPIC: One Cure Clinical Trials
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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Seamus the Wonder Dog: Hope on Three Legs

Guest Blogger | August 17, 2018

By Anita M. Pariseau On New Year’s Day 2017 we loaded our three dogs into the car to go for a walk in Garden of the Gods, near where we live in Colorado Springs. Later that evening our golden retriever began to limp and favor his right hind leg. I suspected...

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Pet Cancer Clinical Trials

The ABCs (and DEFs) of Clinical Trials in Veterinary Oncology

Dr. Kristen Weishaar, D.V.M., Clinical Trials Director, Flint Animal Cancer Center | September 13, 2018

When a pet is diagnosed with cancer, it’s not easy to know what to do next. The good news is, there may be several treatment options to consider. Sometimes, one of these is enrollment in a clinical trial.   Clinical trials are studies used in all specialties of medicine in...

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A Love of people, popcorn, and peanut butter fuel Duke's recovery from osteosarcoma

Staff | July 20, 2018

After taking time to mourn the loss of their beloved golden retriever, Bailey, who died of cancer at the age of 10, Heidi and Brad decided the time was right to bring a new fur family member home. They planned to surprise their three girls with the ultimate Christmas gift:...

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Patient Story

Littermates Annie and Ollie race again, but this time for a cure

Staff Writer | December 06, 2018

In June 2017, Kim's greyhound, Annie, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma. Having been through this diagnosis with her first greyhound, Kim was better prepared and wanted to know more about treatment options. Her veterinarian recommended Colorado State University’s Flint Animal Cancer Center.

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