A cure for cancer? Answers might be walking beside us

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Heidi, a patient of CSU’s Flint Animal Cancer Center, is a cancer survivor owned by Rick and Melissa Westerman, who hosted the One Cure dinner. Photo by Deanna Hurt/StinkDog Photos

Friends of Colorado State University’s Flint Animal Cancer Center, a University of Colorado Cancer Center partner, recently gathered for the fifth annual One Cure fundraising dinner and fulfilled goals in support of clinical trials for dogs with naturally occurring tumors – a type of research that aims to help cure cancer in both pets and people.

Read more about One Cure, Flint Animal Cancer Center, and how compassionate care for companion animals is driving new treatments for human cancer patients at the Colorado State University news website, SOURCE.

 

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  1. jennifer joe says:

    Dear Rick,I cannot describe what I feel! This is absolutely astounding and great! Thank you: thank you so much. I don’t know what to say: It’s 2016 and i’m still cancer free after some years I think I’ll have to let this fantastic news “sink in” in my brain a little: I’ll keep on thanking you again and again.It’s like Magic i am CANCER FREE I have never been more amazed and happy in my life! Contact him directly at his email:phoenixtearsmedicals@outlook.com for your own oil.
    May GOD Bless you all! Yours truly,
    jennifer joe