Colorado State University Animal Cancer Center
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Honor and Remember

A gift made to the Colorado State University Animal Cancer Center can celebrate the life of someone you love and help the next animal and family battling cancer. Consider making your gift in honor or memory of a special pet or person who has touched your life or made a difference in our fi ght against cancer.

Each day, the Animal Cancer Center improves the lives of families and their companion animals battling cancer. You can be part of our team by making a gift to one or all of our support funds listed below.

Kari’s Fund: Endowment to Support Animal Cancer Center General Operations

KariKari's Fund Means Hope. Kari's Fund is the operating endowment of the ACC. Supporting the annual educational, research and service missions.

Thanks to an anonymous donor, your gift to this fund is matched dollar for dollar and will forever ensure the viability of the ACC to continue to be the world leader in veterinary clinical oncology and translational cancer research.

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Jessy's Leash of Love

JessyJessy's Leash of Love Fund provides fi nancial assistance to pets and families in need of oncology care at the ACC.

To honor Jessy, and those at the ACC who have been instrumental to her treatment, Allison has created a pending endowment fund to help other cancer patients whose owner's extenuating circumstances make it impossible to afford.

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Carmen's Fund to Support Animal Cancer Center Consult Service

CarmenCarmen's Fund sends a life line around the globe. Allowing anyone in the world – pet owner, veterinarian or doctor – to speak with an ACC oncologist for advice on cancer care and treatment.

The Consult Service at the ACC is an important outreach effort to help both pet owners and veterinarians all over the US and other countries as well answering approximately 3000 consults on an annual basis.

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Elliott’s Long Paw Scholars Fund for Medical Oncology Residents

ElliottElliot's Long Paw reaches out to help train the next generation of oncologists.

The ACC trains medical oncology residents who are studying to be oncology specialists who will treat tomorrow's patients. Our three year training program is one of the top veterinary medical oncology programs in the nation with over 30 graduates.

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Meet our current residents and Ph.D. students

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Friends of Nan Bush and Palomino Fund

Palomino SurfingFriends of Nan Bush and Palomino fund helps cancer patient families in need.

Established in 2008 by internationally known photographer Bruce Weber to honor the special relationship shared by his wife, Nan, and her beloved Golden Retriever Palomino.

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Lucy Scholars Fund

LucyLucy Scholars Fund supports specialty training for medical oncologists.

Lucy's owner established this fund in her memory to train the specialists who helped her and who are future pioneers in veterinary oncology.

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Because Cancer Affects Both People and Pets... Introducing One Cure

One CureOne Cure is a new 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.

Our hope is that many join in our efforts to eradicate cancer in people and pets through a charitable gift to One Cure or through the purchase of One Cure collars, leashes and other pet-friendly products soon to be for sale.

All charitable gifts to One Cure and all proceeds from One Cure products will benefit the clinical trials program at CSU Animal Cancer Center.

Join us. Together, we can give hope. Together, we can find a cure.

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Learn about Elway's story and the inspiration for One Cure

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