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Hot off the Presses – New Study Shines Light On Radiation for Nasal Sarcomas

April 2, 2013

A new study published in the March/April edition of Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound provides some very useful information about treating nasal sarcomas in dogs.  This study was entitled Survival Times for Canine Intranasal Sarcomas Treated ...

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New technology for the treatment of nasal tumors in dogs and cats

March 12, 2013

Nasal tumors are one of the most challenging tumors to treat in dogs and cats.  These tumors usually fill up one or both sides of the entire nasal cavity and sinuses.  In the skull of ...

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Groomers Are The 1st Line of Defense Against Cancer

March 11, 2013

Listen to Dr. Post on Animal Radio® for November 3, 2012 Dr. Gerald Post is the owner of the Veterinary Cancer Center (The VCC), in Norwalk, CT, which is a specialized veterinary practice dedicated to ...

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Dr. Gerald Post, Veterinary Oncologist Spoke at the International Congress of the Society for Melanoma Research

March 11, 2013

The Veterinary Cancer Center (VCC) is a world class facility that specializes in the veterinary practice dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of cancer in animals. NORWALK, Conn., Sept. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Dr. Gerald ...

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Melanoma Tumor Board Meeting and ACF

January 13, 2013

I just returned from a Melanoma Tumor Board Meeting in Washington, DC and I do not remember being more excited by the outcome of a conference. There were close to 50 people in attendance ranging ...

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What I would change about the Veterinary Education System

October 22, 2012

I was at a conference recently with two colleagues of mine and we started talking about veterinary education. I am not sure how the topic came up, what we all started discussing the same point ...

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Bladder Cancer in Dogs

August 17, 2012

From Petside.com Did you know that both dogs and people get bladder cancer? Did you know that some breeds are almost 20 X more likely to get bladder cancer than other breeds? And did you ...

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Cancer is NOT a death sentence

May 30, 2012

Recent advances in human and veterinary medicine are increasing survival rates for both people and animals with cancer. Both human and veterinary oncologists treat cancer traditionally using methods including surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy and immunotherapy. ...

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Chemo–for my pet????

May 11, 2011

Chemotherapy is one of the four major therapies for cancer–the three others being surgery, radiation, and immunotherapy. During most of the consults that we do, chemotherapy is discussed. The looks I get when I recommend ...

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Are ALL breeds at risk for cancer?

April 30, 2011

This is a question I am often asked by family and friends who are looking for a dog. The answer is both simple and complex. The simple answer is yes–ALL breeds, ALL dogs, ALL cats ...

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