Treatment May Help Dog - and Humans
November 19, 2011
When Kate Cordts noticed swelling on the foreleg of her Great Pyrenees, Rowdy, she knew exactly what it was. Bone cancer.
“One of my previous dogs had the same disease. We had to put him down because it was too far along,” said Cordts ...
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OSU's Vet School Has New MRI Machine
September 23, 2011
Oregon State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine will formally dedicate its new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine today, adding to the suite of instrumentation it has for treating animals. The MRI will enable clinicians to conduct sophisticated ...
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Three-Dimensional Dosimetry of a Beta-Emitting Radionuclide Using PRESAGE® Dosimeters
December 7, 2010
Recent advances in radiopharmaceutical design have led to the development of a new technique called “liquid brachytherapy”[1]. Liquid brachytherapy is a proprietary formulation that is administered as an injection directly into the tissue to be treated ...
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Pet Talk: Bone Cancer Care Technique for Dogs Could Eventually Benefit People Too
January 30, 2012
Benjamin Brink/The OregonianMelissa DeWalt plays with Juno, who seems like his old self after a new technique was used to treat bone cancer in his leg. When Melissa DeWalt noticed her dog walking with a slight limp in February, she thought nothing of it ...
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