Stories of Hope


BellaBella’s Story

 

Bella was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in January 2016. Following amputation of her left front leg, she participated in the COXEN clinical trial at the Flint Animal Cancer Center, and received a customized chemotherapy protocol. Today she’s cancer-free and doing all of the things she loves! 


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ChloeChloe’s Story

 

Chloe was one of the first patients to enter a new brain tumor vaccine clinical trial at the Flint Animal Cancer Center. Diagnosed in February 2017, she's beating the odds and feeling great!

Read more about Chloe’s amazing story…

 


ZenaZena’s Story

 

Zena was diagnosed with soft tissue sarcoma in 2011. After several surgeries and reccuring tumors, Zena has never let cancer slow her down. At age 15 she still enjoys walks and the family’s annual elk hunting trip. 

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TulsaTulsa’s Story

 

Tulsa lived in three homes in his first three years before finding his perfect family. Eighteen months later, he was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, but even on three legs, he continues to hike, swim, run, and make every day better for his companions Molly and Randy.  

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GraceGrace’s Story


”Lady” Grace is a champion Ragdoll kitty. She’d never been sick a single day and then her owner find a tumor on New Year’s Eve 2015. Following surgery and chemotherapy, Grace is doing well. Grace is a cancer survivor and a true story of hope. 

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Bo's StoryBo’s Story

 

Bo was diagnosed with a Mast cell tumor in July 2013. Following surgery to remove the tumor, additional tumors appeared. In May 2014, Bo entered one of our clinical trials for dogs with recurrent Mast cell tumors. 

More than four years after his initial diagnosis, Bo continues to fight this unpredictable disease.

Find out how Bo’s doing today…

 


Cassie's StoryCassie’s Story

 

After an initial diagnosis of an apocrine gland adenocarcinoma, a type of skin tumor, two years ago, ten-year-old Cassie is fighting cancer again, with a wag and a smile.

Learn more about Cassie’s battle with metastatic liver cancer …

 


Lilly's StoryLilly’s Story 


The average survival for dogs with osteosarcoma is one year after
surgery and chemotherapy. Eight years after beating cancer,
Lilly the “lemon” is making lemonade out of life.

Read more about Lilly’s amazing story …

 



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