Advances in Cancer Treatment

Dogs can now live longer, with better quality of life, after a cancer diagnosis.

As recently as a decade ago, when a dog came in with cancer that had spread, “there was often nothing we could do,” says Tufts veterinary oncologist Carrie Wood, DVM. “We just put them on palliative care.” But there are new drugs that have “definitely been game changers in the last 10 years,” Dr. Wood […]
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