By John Gilpatrick | Article Featured on PetMD
A cancerous tumor is among the most devastating diagnoses a veterinarian will give to a dog.
That’s because cancer is both extremely common in dogs and a leading cause of death. The National Cancer Institute’s Center for Cancer Research says that about 6 million of the . . . → Read More: 8 Types of Dog Tumors and How to Treat Them
By David F. Kramer | Article Featured on PetMD
Few diagnoses in the veterinary world bring more pain to the chest of a dog owner than one simple word: cancer. The mind instantly goes to the perceived harshness of chemotherapy or radiation treatments, possible remission, and perhaps a greater still possibility of losing the . . . → Read More: What to Do When Your Dog is Diagnosed with Cancer: Treatment, Prognosis, and Aftercare
By Joanne Intile | Featured on PetMD
Have you ever heard of snake oil? It’s an expression generally reserved for unproven remedies for various ailments or maladies, but is also often used to describe any product with questionable or unverifiable benefit.
Chinese workers, building the First Transcontinental Railroad in the mid-19thcentury, used snake oil . . . → Read More: Are Alternative Medicines for Cancer Modern Day Snake Oils?
Cancer in Cats: Types, Symptoms, Prevention, and Treatment WebMD veterinary expert answers commonly asked questions about cancer in cats. By Sandy Eckstein WebMD Pet Health Feature Reviewed by Elizabeth A. Martinez, DVM
Although cancer isn’t as common in cats as it is in dogs, it still affects a number of our feline friends. . . . → Read More: Cancer in Cats: Types, Symptoms, Prevention, and Treatment