Posts with tag chemotherapy


Multiple Myeloma

Multiple myeloma is a cancerous process that dogs, cats, and people happen to share in common. This disease is also referred to as myeloma and plasma cell myeloma. It is relatively uncommon in dogs and rare in cats. Although not considered curable, myeloma can be successfully treated. What is multiple myeloma? Multiple myeloma cells originate… read more

UC Davis Veterinarian Offers Innovative Cancer Treatment

Things were not looking good for Barkely in March 2012. This 9-year-old male chocolate Labrador retriever was diagnosed with nasal adenocarcinoma, a cancer inside his nasal cavity. After a year of treatment with chemotherapy by his referring veterinarian, Barkley’s clinical signs were progressing and he was brought to the UC Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital… read more