FidoCure® Veterinary Team Blog

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

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Christina K. Lopes

Small Molecules, Big Impact: An Interview with Dr. Cheryl London

Explore the history and impact of small molecules in this fascinating discussion. FidoCure’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Gerry Post interviews Dr. Cheryl London about their application in canine cancer treatment.

Dr. Cheryl London is a world-renowned expert in veterinary oncology and targeted cancer therapies at Tufts University. Her pioneering work began in 2000 when she collaborated with SUGEN to develop Palladia, one of the first targeted small molecule drugs approved for veterinary use, treating canine mast cell tumors driven by KIT mutations. 

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We've Reached 5000 Patients!

We are thrilled to share with you an incredible milestone in our journey to revolutionize canine cancer treatment. Thanks to your unwavering support and dedication, we have now enrolled over 5,000 dogs in the FidoCure platform! This achievement is a testament to the trust you have placed in our innovative approach and the positive impact we are making together in the lives of dogs and their families.

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A Year of Breakthroughs: A look back at 2023

We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to our veterinary community as we come to the close of the year. Together, we have made a tremendous impact by enabling precision medicine to nearly 5,000 pet dogs battling cancer

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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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