FidoCure® Veterinary Team Blog

Read the latest in veterinary oncology research and FidoCure® scientific and clinical updates from our team of experts and advisors

Undifferentiated Oral Malignancy Case Study

History and Treatment Planning

A 12 year old, neutered male Golden Retriever, underwent a dental prophylaxis procedure performed by his primary care veterinarian in June of 2021. At that time, no suspicious lesions or growths were noted. In October 2021, his family discovered a marble-sized growth in his mouth along the gum line of his left maxilla. The mass was visible from the outside of his mouth, and seemed to cause him irritation. At the time, it was bloody (perhaps from self trauma/stick chewing). Antibiotics were prescribed, but the dog quickly developed worsening clinic signs (nasal discharge, swelling, lethargy). 

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Fireside Chat with Dr. Len Lichtenfeld - Former Deputy Chief Medical Officer of American Cancer Society

Exclusive fireside chat with a distinguished trio of cancer experts: Dr. Len Lichtenfeld former Deputy Chief Medical Officer for the American Cancer Society (and FidoCure Scientific Advisory Board Member) with Dr. Gerry Post, Chief Medical Officer, FidoCure and Christina Lopes, CEO, FidoCure.
Hear first-hand about their 8-year journey together in the fight against cancer on both ends of the leash.
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5 Ways FidoCure Can Expand Your Veterinary Practice

Canine cancer is a heartbreaking diagnosis that affects millions of beloved pets worldwide. In fact, it’s one of the biggest unmet needs in veterinary medicine. As advancements in our field continue to evolve, FidoCure emerges as a groundbreaking solution, offering a revolutionary approach to treating canine cancer. By harnessing the power of genomic testing, FidoCure provides targeted therapies that are transforming the landscape of canine cancer care.

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What Every Veterinary Oncologist Needs to Know About Cancer Genomics

Genomics is fast becoming an essential part of veterinary oncology. It touches upon all aspects of practice, from diagnostics to therapeutics. Genetic information can be incredibly useful in terms of making a more accurate diagnosis or making a more precise prognosis, or even determining what therapy to use or what order to use different therapies.

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