Four Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) researchers spoke at a community panel event held at the Guelph Civic Museum on October 20. The researchers shared details of their studies at the OVC, the impact and importance their work encompasses and how it benefits our furry friends.
Pet lovers and generous donors raised more than $500,000 in support of new surgery and anesthesia facilities at the University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) at a gala fundraiser held in Toronto on October 15. The donations will specifically benefit OVC Pet Trust’s $9-million fundraising campaign to create state-of-the-art, specialized areas for surgery, anesthesia and recovery. More than $4 million to benefit the campaign has been announced to date.
OVC cancer researchers Drs. Paul Woods and Byram Bridle spoke to Globe and Mail science reporter Ivan Semeniuk about various cancer research collaborations with the University of Guelph, University Toronto, McMaster University and others. The article also examines the important contributions of OVC Pet Trust and the significance of the Mona Campbell Centre for Animal Cancer.
There are many treatment options available at the Ontario Veterinary College’s (OVC) Mona Campbell Centre for Animal Cancer for companion animals in their fight against cancer. The recent addition of a specialist in surgical oncology provides one more opportunity to enhance those treatment plans.