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November is canine cancer awareness month and on the November 2nd edition of Tripawd Talk Radio you'll learn how advances in comparative oncology research is uncovering new ways to diagnosis, treat and ultimately cure cancers in both people and pets. This fascinating discussion will be led by veterinary onocologist Dr. Avenelle Turner, DVM Diplomate ACVIM (Oncology) from the Veterinary Cancer Center in Southern California (http://vetcancergroup.com/about-us/our-doctors.html) and Dr. Kristy Richards, MD, PhD at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Department of Genetics (http://www.med.unc.edu/genetics/faculty/Kristy%20Richards,%20MD,%20PhD). Drs. Turner and Richards will discuss how cancer in animals mimics the same disease in people and you'll learn how cancer similarities between humans and dogs are identified and lead to new treatments for both species. For example, over 30 years ago bone marrow transplants were first developed for dogs, then subsequently done in people with lymphoma. As comparative oncology research awareness grows and more study collaborations occur between academic researchers and pharmaceutical companies, more treatments will be found for pets and people alike. For more information about comparative oncology research, please visit: National Cancer Institute Center for Cancer Research: Comparative Oncology Program https://ccr.cancer.gov/ Puppy Up / 2 Million Dogs http://www.2milliondogs.org/canine-cancer/about-cancer/
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Tripawds is excited to discuss veterinary amputation surgery recovery and care for cats and dogs with Dr. Meredith Stepita, DVM Diplomate, ACVB from Encina Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Stepita is a board-certified Veterinary Behaviorist... more

Guest: Ann E. Hohenhaus, DVM Diplomate ACVIM (Oncology & Small Animal Internal Medicine) Certified Veterinary Journalist Dr. Hohenhaus is a staff Doctor and Head of the Jaqua Transfusion Medicine Service at The Animal Medical... more

Join us for a frank discussion about the importance of diet and nutrition to keep dogs healthy with Dr. Patty Khuly, author of the Dolittler veterinary blog and creator of the new Fat Dog Diet app. Keeping dogs fit and trim is especially... more

Meet Don Nixdorf, DC, Executive Director of the British Columbia Chiropractic Association, co-author of the book Squandering Billions, a comprehensive analysis of Canada's health care system (Hancock House, 2005), a leader in a... more

Tripawds is thrilled to welcome Dr. Marty Becker, ?America's Veterinarian,? who has spent his life working toward better health for pets and the people who love them. In this episode of Tripawd Talk Radio, we will share information about... more

Got canine cancer treatment questions? Ask an oncologist on Sunday, June 3 at 6:30 PM Eastern, when we welcome Dr. Avenelle Turner of the Veterinary Cancer Group in Culver City, CA. Dr. Turner practices at the Veterinary Cancer Group,... more

We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Nancy Kay, author of one of our all-time favorite dog health books, "Speaking for Spot: Be the Advocate Your Dog Needs to Live a Happy, Healthy, Longer Life." Most recently, Dr. Kay has published "Your Dog's... more

Please join us for an informative talk with special guest Dr. Doug Kenney, author of the Pet Insurance Toolkit. Dr. Doug Kenney is a practicing veterinarian in the Memphis, Tennessee area who is dedicated to helping pet parents choose the... more

We are pleased to welcome back Stacy Krafczyk, a professional animal communicator, intuitive reader, medium and Reiki Master. Stacy will be selecting four lucky Tripawds ahead of the show, for personal one-on-one... more

Tune in to this Tripawd Talk Radio interview with Luke Robinson, founder of 2MillionDogs.org, a charitable organization dedicated to discovering the common links between canine and human cancers and the causes of these cancers... more
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