The Australian Animal Cancer Foundation supports scientific research into cancer in companion animals such as dogs and cats. It funds equipment and expertise to treat animals with pre-existing cancer, simultaneously documenting valuable clinical information to help uncover the mysteries of cancer in both animals and humans.
Importantly, The Foundation provides for clinical trials ethically evaluating new treatments for animals with cancer ultimately translating fundamental scientific research from the laboratory bench to the pet and to the bedside of human cancer patients.
To find out more about the Australian Animal Cancer Foundation go to animalcancer.com.au .
BVSC + The Australian Animal Cancer Foundation Current Research Projects
Surgical Oncology + Radiation Oncology + Medical Oncology
Brisbane Veterinary Specialist Centre (BVSC) is a hospital dedicated to treating cancer and to finding a cure.
BVSC has always been at the forefront of oncology in Australia, being the first in the southern hemisphere to have a dedicated radiation oncology team and in-house radiation equipment. BVSC’s dedication in the field of oncology continues today, having successfully treated 1000’s of cancer patients along with the various ONCOLOGY RESEARCH that BVSC is aligned with.