How Genomic Testing Is Revolutionizing Canine Cancer Treatment
Cancer is one of the biggest unmet needs in the veterinary world, despite the fact that canine cancer research shares a great deal of overlap with human oncology. Genomic testing and targeted therapies have been used for years in human cancer treatment, so it’s not surprising that recent advancements in genomic testing have proven valuable in the field of canine cancer research and treatment. FidoCure, a leading pioneer in this field, is transforming the way veterinarians approach cancer treatment for our beloved canine companions. In this blog, we will explore the cutting-edge benefits of genomic testing and how FidoCure is revolutionizing canine cancer treatment while also providing much-needed support and hope for families.
DISCLAIMER: All patients are enrolled in FidoCure® by a veterinarian with a valid veterinarian-client-patient relationship (VCPR). We use best efforts to inform the veterinarian on available targeted therapy options for patients. FidoCure® does not prescribe therapy. The targeted therapies that veterinarians may prescribe and order from compounding pharmacies, after receiving genetic test results from FidoCure®, may constitute extra-label uses of those drugs. FidoCure® makes no claims that every patient will have genetic test results that lead to targeted therapy options. FidoCure® makes no claims or guarantees about the effectiveness of the diagnostic and targeted therapy selected by the veterinarian for an individual patient. Like most cancer care approaches, the services provided by FidoCure® are not a guarantee of a cure. FidoCure® is not a pharmacy and does not supply drugs directly. By ordering any medication via one of our pharmacy partners, you agree that the pharmacy, not FidoCure®, is solely responsible and liable for any and all issues relating to the preparation, dispensation and fulfillment of the medication. Access to therapy is subject to the commercially reasonable availability of any medication(s) and/or active pharmaceutical ingredient(s) necessary for the selected therapy.