In: Comparative Oncology News

ACF Grant Awards 2015: Offering Hope to Pets & Pet Parents

“Kids and animals often develop very similar types of cancer. When pediatricians, scientists, and veterinarians work together, research can improve treatments...

Personalized Cancer Treatment Vision

UPDATE (November 2015) –  Institute of Medicine Publishes Workshop Highlights, The Role of Clinical Studies for Pets with Naturally Occurring Tumors in Translational Cancer...

ACF Grant 2013: Invasive Urinary Bladder Cancer Update

“Bladder cancer has not been a focus of human studies, but the ACF supported work in dogs is now providing justification...

ACF Grant 2015: The Future of Effective Dosing

“The grant allows our team to investigate the effects of AF in tumor-bearing dogs to establish a biologically effective dose, which...

ACF Grant 2014 Update: Bridging Human & Veterinary Medicine

“By bridging human & veterinary medicine at Tufts, we have created a unique opportunity to promote cancer research to benefit both...