• Veterinary Highlights: High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound as Cancer Treatment?

    7 days ago - By Dawg Business

    I believe that any treatment that has the potential to be less invasive is worthy of consideration. Could high-intensity focused ultrasound replace surgery and radiation in the treatment of cancer?
    The idea is that there is a possibility this treatment could stimulate an anti-tumor response, encouraging the body to destroy the tumor on its own. I'm all for such approach, should it work.
    Maddi, a 9-year-old Cocker Spaniel, diagnosed with a soft tissue sarcoma, was the first dog treated in this study. A few weeks after treatment, Maddi's follow-up appointments have indicated she is...
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