Oncologists and technicians make a difference for pets with cancer

04/30/2012 | Ithaca Journal (N.Y.), The

Bob Riter, executive director of the Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes, recently visited veterinary oncologists and technicians at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine and was impressed by their compassion. Riter writes that the complexity of a veterinary oncologist's job includes understanding how cancer manifests in different species, helping clients make decisions for pets, and knowing when curative vs. palliative care is needed.

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