How many? How often? What's best? How are others handling these?
These are the considerations encountered when treating neoplasia in cats and dogs.
The choices aren't simple and they aren't easy, but with better information handling
and cooperation among peers, we can improve our ability to choose.
The VetCancer Registry provides easy access to anyone with an Internet connection.
There's no need to register--simply click on "View the Data." A form enables you to
enter search criteria specifying age, type of animal, stage of disease, and many \
The VetCancer Registry accepts only cases diagnosed by histopathology. When you submit a case, we will ask you to supply a cytology, biopsy or necropsy report from a pathologist before we include the case in our database. If the animal is alive when you submit the case, we will request updated information on a regular basis. The submission form is designed to ensure that we do not include duplicates of the same case.Your Privacy and Your Patients' Privacy Are Protected
Each case identified on a data search will have a button for sending e-mail to the veterinarian(s) who contributed the case. The contributing veterinarian(s) will never be identified and is under no obligation to respond to any inquiry. This system enables you to ask quesions and gain additional information if the contributor is willing and available to do so.Where to Go From Here
The best way to learn about this website is to look around and try it out. The way for us to become most effective is for you to contribute. As you explore, you will find curiosity will lead to more questions and the satisfaction of anticipating a trend in numbers or digging into cases can be quite infectious. If you have a question we would be happy to respond by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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