This installment of The Hope Line Newsletter Winter 2018 edition, covers common questions on lymphoma and Dr. Miller shares a story about one of our amazing patients, Sport. Click the following link to read the latest newsletter, highlighting Dr. Miller’s article ‘The Lymphoma Low-down’. Read The Hope Line Newsletter – Winter 2018
This installment of The Hope Line Newsletter Fall 2018 edition, helps shed some light on the transfusion process. Click the following link to read the latest newsletter, highlighting Dr. Deitz’ article ‘Transfusion Confusion’. Read The Hope Line Newsletter – Fall 2018
Sugars? Spice? Is anything nice? Diet changes in cancer patients can be a tricky subject. Click the following link to read our summer newsletter addressing just this! Also, check out the criteria for the Osteosarcoma Study for dogs that have undergone amputation and chemotherapy. Read The Hope Line Newsletter – Summer 2018
Here at SEVO-Med we are starting off 2018 with “What’s SNOT to know about nasal discharge in dogs”. Also take a look at the clinical trial opportunities that are available through PetCure Oncology at SEVO-Med. Don’t forget to sign up for our CPR training course that is available for local clinics.ions. Read The Hope Line…
In this fall edition of The Hope Line, Dr. Neumann discusses how Metronomic Chemotherapy can be utilized in a number of situations. Read The Hope Line Newsletter – Fall 2017
Joan of Arc, clinical trials and welcoming Dr. Kristina Miller to SEVO-Med are highlighted in the The Hope Line Newsletter – Winter 2017.
Check out our summer newsletter featuring a note from our newest internist, Krysta Deitz, DVM, DACVIM, about the referral process and ensuring open communications during your pet’s treatment, along with an intro on Stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) introduced in August. Read The Hope Line Newsletter – Summer 2017
Catch up on Bowen’s Disease in Feline Patients in this quarter of the Hope Line Newsletter! The Hope Line Newsletter Spring 2017
How to…. Go with the flow on PROTEINURIA! Positive dipstick protein can be a tricky subject. Read The Full Newsletter Today!
Does a Marginally Excised Mast Cell Tumor = Marginal Care? What do we do about the narrowly or incompletely excised grade 1 or 2 mast cell tumors in our canine patients? Read The Full Newsletter Today!