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...
June 6, 2017
Plasmapheresis a Potentially Life-saving Approach to Veterinary Immunotherapy
A relatively new therapy in veterinary medicine, plasmapheresis can be used to treat immune-mediated diseases. It is used almost exclusively after traditional drug therapy, even with increased dosage, proves ineffective...
January 31, 2017
NC State Veterinary Hospital Provides Dialysis Treatment
Hemodialysis comes into play with severe cases of acute kidney injury (kidney failure) resulting from infection or any other causes. Candidates for this treatment demonstrate such symptoms as...
December 1, 2016
Canine Bone Marrow Transplants Return to the NC State Vet Hospital
The CVM was the first — and remains the only — veterinary college in the world to offer bone marrow transplants for dogs...
July 11, 2016
Two CVM Researchers Among Recipients of First C3O Cancer Grants
A joint funding project from CVM and the Duke Cancer Institute, the C3O grants support research that will translate laboratory discoveries into therapeutic applications...
October 30, 2010
CCMTR Hosts Symposium on Stem Cells, Regenerative Medicine
The State of North Carolina is well poised to play a central role in the area of regenerative medicine. Key medical institutions including UNC, Duke, and Wake Forest, coupled with the NC State University’s unique expertise in engineering and veterinary medicine, and the existence of collaborative networks such as the NC State Center for Comparative
May 26, 2009
CVM Researchers Interviewed for AKC Genome Barks (podcasts)
Lee Arnold of the American Kennel Club and Canine Health Foundation Boards of Directors hosts Genome Barks, an AKC-sponsored series of podcasts. Dr. Steve Suter on canine lymphoma cell lines. These cell lines will provide a tool to study the disease on a cellular level and determine the molecular behavior of lymphoma. Dr. Adam Birkenheuer