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UPDATED!!! SOLD OUT!!! TENNIS BALL FUNDRAISER FOR THE SMILING BLUE SKIES CANCER FUND! Here’s how to play- 100% off all funds collected through this fundraiser are donated directly to Smiling Blue Sk
Top Cancer in Golden Retrievers May Be Linked to Vector-Borne Bartonella Pathogen Then discovery of a potential link between the stealth bacterial pathogen Bartonella and Hemangiosarcoma (HSA) is ca
Clinical Trials and Studies — Collage of Veterinary Medicine — University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignPat Williams2020-04-27T15:00:48-07:00
Clinical trials are research studies that try to answer specific clinical questions about new therapies and drugs. Often clinical trials offer cutting-edge treatments at reduced cost to the animal own
Due to COVID-19, Calgary's Smiling Blue Skies Walk for Canine Cancer has had to be cancelled. Thank you to everyone for your understanding and support.
From "Scientific American" . . . "Good News for Dogs with Cancer" ~ New therapies for beloved pets are getting developed in hopes of treating humans as well. READ ARTICLE
Malak and Friends Art Auction Pictures -- TOTAL RAISED = $8032!!! (Smiling Blue Skies Toronto Community)
If you live within 150 miles of UC Davis, this may be for you!!! VACCS: Vaccination Against Canine Cancer Study . . .UC Davis Veterinary Medicine/Veterinary Centre for Clinical Trials: https://studypa
The University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College said in a news release Tuesday that the research could “help point the way to alternative pet therapies.” The study will focus on the efficacy of
Tri-Mark Canine Services Second Annual "SOCIABLE" Evening with Pat Hewitt raised $5000 for The Smiling Blue Skies Fund for Innovative Cancer Research Pat Hewitt Linda and Pat Tracy Peterson Sny
“Currently no products are licensed in Canada for treating animals. Various groups, including the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association and the Canadian Association of Veterinary Cannabinoid Medici
By learning more about the potential anti-cancer properties of cannabidiol (CBD), Professor Sam Hocker, from the Department of Clinical Studies, hopes to help point the way to alternative pet therapie
Marion Chorney knew something was wrong with her 11-year-old coonhound Red when she spotted drops of his blood in the snow after he relieved himself last year. The Burlington woman took him to the vet
Art Auction and Raffle for The Smiling Blue Skies Fund for Innovative Cancer Research Hosted by "Toronto’s Smiling Blue Skies Community to End Canine Cancer" Saturday, November 16th, 2019 1:00 p.m.