Radiation to the Rescue
Radiation oncology came to the rescue of a rescue black Lab with anal sac adenocarcinoma, which is similar to rectal cancer in people.
Going to the Dogs (And Cats)
When it comes to nutrition, we have a lot in common with our pets. Diet also plays a role in our shared ailments, such as heart disease. Researchers across the university are looking at what nutrition research could learn from companion animals.
Spotlight on Cancer
Experimental Technique Can Detect Tiny Bits of Malignancy After Surgery
Foster Hospital for Small Animals surgeon, Dr. John Berg, is testing a new surgical tool that will let doctors know whether even a single malignant cell remains—while the patient is still in the operating room.
Itching to Know
Advice For Dealing With All Things Lumpy, Bumpy, Red and Splotchy on Your Pet’s Skin
Foster Hospital’s Dermatology Service goes beyond skin deep to identify the causes of skin conditions—because healthy skin is important to your pet’s well-being.
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