Decades of research have dramatically increased scientists' understanding of cancer, leading to major improvements in
treating human cancer. The field of veterinary oncology has only recently begun to experience similar level of activity, with
the first drug approved for dogs with cancer in 2009.
Although approximately half of companion animals develop cancer during their lifetime, no comprehensive online resource
exists where pet owners could easily learn about cancer in pets, how it is diagnosed, available treatment options, clinical
trials and the importance of supportive care such as cancer pain management and nutritional support.
Pet Cancer Center was founded by a group of Stanford scientists and healthcare professionals to provide pet owners with
a free one stop comprehensive online resource about every aspect of cancer management in pets.
|PET CANCER CENTER
Comprehensive guide to cancer diagnosis and treatment in cats and dogs