State Your Purpose: Nicole Ehrhart
The Campaign for Colorado State University seeks to raise $1 billion in donor support by 2020. The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences has pledged to contribute to the University campaign by raising $250 million in private giving. The magnitude of our goal is matched only by the audacity of our mission: to discover a better tomorrow. Dr. Nicole Ehrhart's research in canine bone cancer has revolutionized therapies for child patients, doubling survival rates for childhood osteosarcoma.
Dog Cancer Reflections
Learn about the different cancer treatment options available at our Flint Animal Cancer Center – from a dog’s perspective!
Limb Amputation Cancer Treatment
A limb amputation may be recommended as a treatment option for many reasons including trauma, birth defects and cancer. While this treatment option can improve the lives of patients, it can be a difficult decision to make on behalf of your pet. From the videos you learn more about this procedure and what to expect from Dr. Nicole Ehrhart, surgical oncologist at the FACC. Interviews with Berkley and Piper's owners can give you some insight about the experience from the owner's perspective.
One Cure (View One Cure 2013, One Cure 2014, One Cure 2015, One Cure 2016)
One Cure is an initiative founded on the principle that cancer affects all creatures and that treatment breakthroughs come through collaboration between scientists and doctors who are working with both people and animals.
Dr. Nicole Ehrhart talks about her "aha moment" with Mutual of Omaha
It's a moment of clarity, a defining moment where you gain real wisdom - wisdom you can use to change your life.
Dr. Stephen Withrow's retirement and celebration of the Flint Animal Cancer Center
(View part one, part two, part three, part four, part five, part six, part seven, part eight, part nine, part ten,
The Animal Cancer Center at Colorado State University celebrated Dr. Stephen Withrow's retirment on May 26, 2012. His 40-year career has spanned two countries, Canada and the United States, as well as changed – and saved – the lives of hundreds of animals and people with cancer. The Flint Animal Cancer Center, which broke ground in 2000, now accommodates 5,000 patient visits a year, some of whom travel around the world for treatment. He's taught 4,000 veterinary students about cancer and about being true to themselves, their families, their clients, their patients, their colleagues.
Focused on the "Why": Dr. Stephen Withrow, CSU's legendary veterinary oncologist, retires
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Dr. Stephen Withrow, former director of the Flint Animal Cancer Center at Colorado State University, retired on May 26, 2012 after countless accomplishments. He's built the world's largest animal cancer center; created cancer treatments for animals and humans, particularly children with cancer; volunteered at a summer camp for children with cancer; and created the field of surgical oncology, an entire subspecialty of veterinary medicine.
Changing the Face of Cancer Research
Cancer research at the Colorado State University Flint Animal Cancer Center and the University of Colorado Cancer Center help save the life of twenty-one year old Emily Brown, an eleven year cancer survivor.
Sky High Hope Camp
Sky High Hope Camp is a place where some very special kids get to be just that - - kids. Children with cancer and their siblings get to experience a camp just for them run by an all volunteer staff the second week in July. Take a look to learn about the magic of this great camp.
The Limb Preservation Foundation
Translational Research at the Colorado State University Flint Animal Cancer Center is making history in limb preservation.
A Colorado State University Cancer Biology Ph.D. graduate who is a cancer survivor. He volunteered at Ski Hope Camp, a camp for children with cancer, and his life was forever changed.
A true success story of a seven year old Rottweiler named Simon, who was diagnosed with cancer. He entered a Clinical Trails program at the Colorado State University Flint Animal Cancer Center and ended up cancer free after just two chemotherapy sessions.
Cancer in Pet Animals and the CSU Program (View part one, part two.)
Dr. Stephen Withrow on translating ground breaking animal cancer treatments into promising human caner therapies.
Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital Centennial
Celebration of the Veterinary hospital's 100th year, 1907-2007.
Our Great Bridge: Understanding Translational Research in Cancer
Interviews of ACC leadership team members on the importance of translational research.