Pets today have a better chance of being successfully treated for neoplasia and cancer than they did before.
Date: 3/28/2016 Size: 100KB
Cancer is a leading cause of death in dogs and cats—particularly now that more pets are living long enough to develop the disease.
Date: 10/12/2017 Size: 93KB
One in four dogs will die of cancer, according to the Morris Animal Foundation.
Date: 10/22/2014 Size: 79KB
You knew it was going to happen. With more states considering and approving medical marijuana use for people, you knew the questions would start coming about the use of medical
Fourteen companies are accused of making fraudulent claims their creams, supplements, teas, or oils could help treat or prevent
Date: 5/31/2017 Size: 72KB
The American Animal Hospital Association has released its first oncology guidelines for dogs and cats.
Date: 8/17/2016 Size: 69KB
November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month. Cancer is the leading cause of death in
School of Veterinary Medicine, talks about treatment options for pets with cancer.
Senior pets may develop age-related problems, but good care allows them to live happy, healthy and active lives in their senior years.
Date: 3/8/2017 Size: 96KB
To provide a look at where and how often the AVMA has been mentioned in the media in the past week, the AVMA Media
Canine cancer: A leading cause of death for dogs and a message of hope
The Food and Drug Administration canceled a temporary approval for a drug used to treat mast cell tumors in dogs.
Date: 1/13/2016 Size: 64KB