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Golden retriever study confronts heartbreak of cancer with unparalleled veterinary research effort

May 1, 2014

Recognizing a large hole in this area of veterinary medical knowledge, Morris Animal Foundation has pioneered the largest study of its kind—and given hope to veterinarians and pet owners alike.

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Audio: Communicating with grieving clients

December 2, 2013

Understanding the stages of grief and communicating effectively with grieving clients is key to breaking bad news.

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The gonad chronicles part 1: Neutering's newest controversy

December 1, 2013

Veterinarians and owners alike are troubled by a new study linking castration and ovariohysterectomy with an increased risk of disease—including some cancers. Should this study change the way we discuss and perform such common, recommended procedures?

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How to break bad news to veterinary clients

December 1, 2013

Communication strategies and tips for breaking difficult news to clients.

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Conference calls for collaboration between human and veterinary doctors

November 14, 2013

Organizers hope conference will encourage translational medical programs

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Tail vaccination may lead to better cancer treatment in cats

November 1, 2013

Dr. Julie Levy says one to 10 cats of every 10,000 develop cancer at vaccine injection site; new protocol is well--tolerated and effective.

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Pets and Vets: Clinical trials for anti-cancer drug in dogs paves way for human trials

October 1, 2013

University of Illinois veterinarian, chemist work to develop cancer drug that can help both animals and humans.

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Veterinarian records song to benefit pets with cancer

September 19, 2013

Profits from the iTunes release will help families pay for pets' cancer treatments.

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Pets and Vets: Cornell veterinarians treat pig for lymphoma

September 1, 2013

Cornell treats 730-pound Hampshire pig for lymphoma—a first in large animal veterinary treatment.

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