The puppy, Will, made the long journey from Puerto Rico to receive the rare cardiac procedure at CSU’s veterinary teaching hospital.
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Radiation oncologist and associate professor Dr. Keara Boss is committed to finding a cure for head and neck cancers in both pets and people and maintaining her strong connection to family.
May is National Cancer Research Month, launched in 2007 by the American Association for Cancer Research to highlight the importance of lifesaving cancer research. For more than 40 years, CSU’s Flint Animal Cancer Center has been at the forefront of comparative oncology research and discovery to benefit pets and people with cancer.
Cancer is the leading cause of death in pets beyond middle age. If you notice any of these signs in your pet, please consult a veterinarian.
The Argus Institute at the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital recognizes and honors the human-animal bond, offering unique support services to help pet parents through dying, death, and grief.
The Flint Animal Cancer Center acquired a small animal irradiator, which shows promise for helping treat cancer in small companion animals, including hedgehogs, guinea pigs, parrots, and ferrets.
While he’s best known as an innovator in veterinary cancer care and an early leader in the field of comparative oncology, Dr. Steve Withrow has a side passion for gardening. When COVID hit, he committed to maximizing the potential of his 27,000-square-foot fruit tree orchard, berry patches, and vegetable garden.
Dan Regan, an assistant professor in Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology, was recently selected to receive the Boettcher Foundation’s 2020 Webb-Waring Biomedical Research Award.
Dr. Rod Page received the American Veterinary Medical Association Career Achievement in Canine Research Award at the National Veterinary Scholars Symposium on July 27 in Worcester, Mass.
CSU is leading the clinical trials for the largest interventional canine cancer study ever conducted.