To my petloss family,
I was reading our paper here in Seattle and I came across some amazing articles about dogs and cancer. Just thought I would share them. Here are the 2 articles that you might want to read...
WSU to offer bone marrow transplants to sick pets
The bone marrow or stem cell transplant, a procedure that every year saves tens of thousands of lives and won for the Seattle physician who pioneered it the 1990 Nobel Prize in Medicine, appears poised to come full circle and finally become more widely available to those who first made it all possible.
$7,000 spent to try to save Trudy's life a bargainhttp://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/362708_mydog12.html
She had a rare blood cancer, which some experts think is on the increase and which finally reached her brain, despite aggressive efforts to contain it. We did, however, buy her some extra time. Had nature been allowed to run its course, she certainly would have been dead many months ago. Take care,