Blood Cancer

ImpriMed: Find the best chemo for your dog’s lymphoma [Video]

ImpriMed: Find the best chemo for your dog’s lymphoma

Every moment with our pet is precious. They bring us so much joy and comfort.
But sometimes, unexpected things can happen, even to the best of dogs.

One day, Lucy, an 8 year-old golden retriever, is diagnosed with lymphoma. Lymphoma is one of the most common cancers in dogs. Lucy’s jaw is swollen, she lost her appetite and is now skin and bones.

When your dog has cancer, time is of the essence. Just like people, not all dogs respond the same way to anti-cancer drugs.

You need to know as quickly as possible what treatments are available for Lucy and how well they will work.

Here’s how ImpriMed can help you. First, a veterinary oncologist will collect a sample of your dog’s live cancer cells. The sample will be packed on ice and will be shipped overnight to ImpriMed’s lab. Once it arrives, ImpriMed provides insight into the efficacy of the various anti-cancer drugs approved specifically for use with dogs. So your care team can know up front which of the proven, familiar medicines will work best.

You can begin the best treatment right away and reduce the risk, time and cost of attempting drugs that may not work.

Learn more:

Watch/Read More
Blood Cancer Lung Cancer Pancreatic Cancer Pediatric Cancer

Boy Fighting Leukemia Enjoys Hamburger Dinner With Santa In North Pole CBS Philly [Video]

A 7-year-old Woodland boy diagnosed with leukemia wished to meet Santa Claus and have a hamburger dinner at the North Poleand that wish was granted.

Blood Cancer Breast Cancer Pancreatic Cancer

Seneca Valley Football Teams Draws Inspiration From Athletic Director Diagnosed With Breast Cancer CBS Pittsburgh [Video]

Seneca Valley High School's football team is learning the greatest lessons in life this year.

Blood Cancer

My Life with Cancer - Hairy Cell Leukemia [Video]

It's a long video but I had a lot to say today. I put this video together so that others can understand what I've been through. I also put it together for those that have or might be affected by this rare blood cancer. What I've learned through my journey is that you just have to keep going! I say this a lot but I really mean it, thank you everyone for the love and support.Please share or donate to my GoFundMe: Cell Leukemia Foundation: