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Arming yourself with Knowledge.

One of Veterinary Cancer Group's main goals is to educate you about the specific cancer your pet has and what treatment options are available, in addition to sharing knowledge about cancer in general.  When you come in for your first consultation, a significant amount of time is set aside.  We know there is much to discuss and we realize there will be questions.  We encourage you to voice any questions or concerns to the doctor and technicians caring for you and your pet.  Once you have returned home and have had a chance to absorb the information discussed, new questions may arise, and you are welcome to contact us whenever needed.

In an effort to provide the most thorough, easy to understand information to the community, we have posted our information sheets describing many of the specific cancers that we commonly see.  These information sheets are in no way meant to take the place of a veterinarian's advice and the necessity for a physical examination and diagnostic testing.

AGASACA: Apocrine Gland Adenocarcinoma of the Anal Sac

Hemangiosarcoma

Lymphoma in Cats

Lymphoma in Dogs

Mammary Tumors in Dogs

Mast Cell Tumors in Dogs

Melanoma

Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Cats

Osteosarcoma

Soft Tissue Sarcoma

Solar Induced Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Transitional Cell Carcinoma (of the Bladder)

Vaccine Associated Sarcomas

The following is an instructional sheet we provide to people when their pet is being started on chemotherapy:

Chemotherapy

And, here you'll find an informational page on Radation Therapy & the different options available:

Radiation Therapy

Please contact your regular veterinarian or Veterinary Cancer Group for more information or to set up an appointment for a consultation.

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