Dispelling Myths of Canine Cancer & Its Treatment

I came across a great article by Colorado State University’s Douglas Thamm, VMD, DACVIM.

There is still a great stigma attached to a diagnosis of cancer, and it is natural for owners of dogs with cancer to equate cancer treatment in animals with experiences they may have had with treatment of themselves, their friends or family members. Having an understanding of how cancer treatment in animals and humans differs can insure that dog owners make an informed decision when selecting treatment for their dog with cancer.

Read more here. And, learn more about canine cancer here.

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2 thoughts on “Dispelling Myths of Canine Cancer & Its Treatment

  1. Our Golden, Paul, was treated by Dr. Thamm when he was in practice at the University of Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. He is a wonderful and caring doctor. I really appreciate reading his comments.

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