New Therapy For Dogs With Bone Cancer

We’re ecstatic to share this wonderful news with all of our fellow dog lovers! Now, a new therapy for dogs with bone cancer is undergoing experimentation at Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine.  Earlier this year the AKC Canine Health Foundation awarded over $100,000 to test the treatment—since then, Auburn scientist, Dr. Bruce Smith, has started clinical trials on the therapy. The new therapy has not just the potential to help dogs, but humans as well. 

Click here to read the full story and learn more about the new therapy that’s undergoing experimentation. Enjoy!

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One comment on “New Therapy For Dogs With Bone Cancer
  1. Thanks for sharing! We are so thrilled with the potential for this grant funding!

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