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Transcript of Melanoma- What You Need to Know About Your Dog’s Cancer James Jacobson: One of the cancers that you talk about in The Dog Cancer Survival Guide are Melanomas, Dr. Dressler, I throw out this question to you first, if you have a dog with a melanoma, what are likely signs and symptoms that…

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Transcript of Oral Cancers- What You Need to Know About Your Dog’s Cancer James Jacobson: One of the cancers that you talk about in The Dog Cancer Survival Guide is oral cancers, cancers of the mouth. Dr. Dressler, if you’re looking at a dog who has oral cancer, what are the signs and symptoms that…

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Transcript of Hemangiosarcoma- What You Need to Know About Your Dog’s Cancer James Jacobson: One the types of cancer that is discuss in the Dog Cancer Survival Guide is Hemangiosarcomas. Dr. Dressler, I’ll throw this question out to you first. If you have a dog with Hemangiosarcomas, what do you likely looking out in terms…

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Transcript of: Dog Cancer Surgery- The Importance of Clean Margins James Jacobson: When you are doing a surgical procedure to remove your dog’s cancer, one of the things that you’ll often hear and the best to talk about is clean margin. So, what is a clean margin and why is important? Dr. Dressler? Dr. Demian…

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Transcript of: Cyberknife Use with Dog Cancer- Cutting Edge Technology   James Jacobson: One of the interesting things is seeing how human medicine is applying to veterinary medicine and the technology is constantly changing. One of the tools that’s use increasingly in human cancer treatment is to be called the cyberknife. Dr. Ettinger you know…

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Transcript of: Amputation for Dogs with Osteosarcoma Cancer   James Jacobson: If your dog has been diagnosed with Osteosarcoma, you may have heard that it’s time to amputate. I’ll just throw it to our Veterinarians, Dr. Dressler in Hawaii, and Dr. Ettinger in New York and talk about the possibility of amputating a limb when…

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Transcript of: Mammary Tumors- What You Need to Know About Your Dog’s Cancer James Jacobson: One of the cancers that you talk about in The Dog Cancer Survival Guide are mammary tumors. Dr. Dressler, I’ll start with you first. If a dog has been diagnosed with mammary tumors, what is it, that the guardian may…

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