When a pet is diagnosed with cancer, the bond that is shared between them and their human caregivers grows stronger.
Treating specific types of cancer can be very rewarding.
Because the language of pathology originated in numerous countries and has been handed down for many generations, pathology reports are often confusing and full of misnomers.
Cancer pain management was not taught in veterinary schools until the 1990's.
Veterinarians will see more pets with cancer, since our pet populations are living longer.
When treating oncology patients, technicians realize more stress and job pressure with dealing with chemotherapy drugs that are vasosclerotics such as Adriamycin (doxorubricin).
The veterinary profession and more specifically, oncologists are taking an interest in the concept of metronomic chemotherapy.
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