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CSU comparative oncology documentary set for national release

A documentary produced by Colorado State University and Rocky Mountain PBS will air nationally on public television stations starting in April 2017.

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CSU veterinarians help bring groundbreaking cancer drug to market

Through its clinical trials for animal patients, Colorado State University helped prove the usefulness of the first drug approved by the FDA for treatment of canine lymphoma.

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Animal cancer research documentary airs Sept. 29 on Rocky Mountain PBS

The Answer to Cancer May Be Walking Beside Us, a new documentary produced by CSU and Rocky Mountain PBS, airs Thursday, Sept. 29.

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Awareness builds for what we can learn by studying animal cancers

The Colorado Cancer Plan, unveiled earlier this year, includes a section on comparative oncology, a historic first that shines a spotlight on CSU’s Flint Animal Cancer Center.

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A cure for cancer: Answers might be walking beside us

Friends of CSU’s Flint Animal Cancer Center recently gathered for the One Cure fund-raising dinner in support of research that aims to help cure cancer in both pets and people.

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Cancer pioneer accepts Founders Day medal

Dr. Stephen Withrow, a pioneer in veterinary oncology, received the Founders Day medal in February.

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Author to discuss people, dogs and cancer cures

Arlene Weintraub will share the story behind her book, Heal: The Vital Role of Dogs in the Search for Cancer Cures, on March 7.

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Happy 146th, CSU!

Colorado State University will celebrate its 146th anniversary on Thursday, Feb. 11, with a Founders Day Celebration.

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CSU plan presents new hope for U.S. cancer patients

Colorado cancer experts launch plan with Japan to build the first U.S. carbon-ion radiotherapy center

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