Calling Golden Retrievers: Help Science Get Smart About Cancer

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Charlie Brown, Haley the Wonderdog’s brother, survived with lymphoma for 2 years.

Golden retrievers with cancer age 9 years or older are needed by the CSU College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences for a research study about T-zone lymphoma risk factors.

To participate, your dog must be recently diagnosed with either lymphoma or leukemia or have another type of cancer.

You’ll complete a confidential online survey about your pup’s health, lifestyle and environmental exposures and donate a blood sample. In return, you’ll receive a complete blood count (CBC) report — and provide hope for a cancer-free future for dogs like Charlie Brown (pictured), Haley the Wonderdog’s late brother, who survived this disease for two years.

Enroll here.

For more information, contact Julia Bromberek via email or at 970.491.1170.

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