Special words from our “SBS Calgary Community” . . . On May 1st – 2nd, 2021, please join us for a VIRTUAL Smiling Blue Skies Walk for Canine Cancer, in honour of our companions living with cancer
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UC Davis Veterinary Medicine Veterinary Centre for Clinical Trials The purpose of this study is to determine the maximum tolerated dose and efficacy of an immunotherapy protocol against metastatic ost
Golden Retriever Club of British Columbia Field Training Seminar: May 18th & 19th, 2019. This is an opportunity for those just starting out and beyond too, to learn additional skills for working
Thank you so much for your support of The Smiling Blue Skies Cancer Fund and The Smiling Blue Skies Fund for Innovative Cancer Research. It is hard to believe that Smiling Blue Skies is nearly 18 year
When the Ontario Veterinary College’s Dr. Michelle Oblak used a 3-D printed custom titanium plate for surgery on a dog’s skull, the procedure not only marked a veterinary first in North America, but i
The University of Guelph Institute for Comparative Cancer Investigation (ICCI) has developed a unique resource that provides access to clinical specimens from naturally occurring cancers to the scient
Thank you so, so much to the Golden Retriever Club of Mid-Florida. They held a 50-50 Raffle for The Smiling Blue Skies Cancer Fund. They exceeded their goal of 2000 tickets, and $3090 was raised!!!!
Researchers at an Ontario university have used 3D-printing technology to replace the majority of a dog's cancer-ridden skull, a novel procedure they say marks a major advancement in veterinary medicin
Exemplary Team Award ~ CONGRATULATIONS to The OVC Health Sciences Centre Oncology Service Team of Amanda Bridge, Melanie Brooks, Laura Furness, Helena Hartona, Geri Higginson, Jeanette Jones, Bojena K
What are clinical trials? Clinical trials at the OVC HSC are research studies used to facilitate the improvement of healthcare in companion animals. They allow clinicians to discover new and improved
Cancer treatment in people could be transformed thanks to a study on treating cancer in animals led by researchers from the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) at the University of Guelph. Their findings
The Institute for Comparative Cancer Investigation (ICCI) at the University of Guelph facilitates translational oncology research in companion animals at the OVC Mona Campbell Centre for Animal Cancer