July 28, 2019
CVM Study Explores New Way to Treat Rare Canine Cancer
Stereotactic radiation therapy is a powerful tool in the NC State Veterinary Hospital’s arsenal, attacking cancerous tumors of the brain, spine and those that can reach the heart, all while still protecting normal tissue. Conventional radiation therapy is typically used over many weeks. SRT can often be conducted during just a handful of hospital visits.
January 27, 2019
Patient Spotlight: A Life-Changing Procedure for a Life-Saving Dog
Two months after a chance encounter, Maddie and McKinley, boarded a plane to North Carolina. They were headed to the extracorporeal service for a bone marrow transplant at...
October 10, 2017
Cat With Rare Cancer Gets a Helping Hand
With a love for attention and overflowing with affection, Bernice the cat took to her new family — and even strangers — immediately after being adopted at the age of 4. But soon, the domestic shorthair would become something of a medical puzzle, eventually decoded by the skilled clinicians at the NC State Veterinary Hospital.
February 8, 2017
Extraordinary Care for Charlie
In November, 2015 Charlie was diagnosed with lymphoma and his condition was serious. His veterinarian referred Mallory to NC State, where he underwent extensive chemotherapy treatment for six months...
June 27, 2013
Collaborative Research Reveals Similarities Between Human and Canine B-cell Lymphoma
Dr. Steven Suter, associate professor of medical oncology at North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, is the senior study author of a paper that is one of the first large-scale comparisons showing human and canine B-cell lymphomas share molecular similarities. The collaborative investigation involved scientists from the University of North Carolina and Duke University