Veterinary school offers chemotherapy for pets

12/23/2012 | WSLS-TV (Roanoke, Va.)

Veterinarians at Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine have administered chemotherapy to about 70 animals since launching an oncology program six weeks ago. Four-year-old Burmese mountain dog Dylan's lymph nodes are back to normal after chemotherapy to treat his lymphoma, says veterinary oncologist Shawna Klahn. "What we have done is bring in a closed or a needless system and updated the safe way of giving chemotherapy," she said.

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