The Oncology Clinic at Texas A&M University is a specialized
service treating cancer in animals of all species. Our service sees
patients either suspected of having cancer or those who have
already been definitively diagnosed with cancer. We are a group of
hard working individuals striving to cure cancer in pet animals.
However, a cure is not always possible, and we focus many of our
efforts on achieving a good quality of life in our patients. Please
visit our gallery for stories from individuals regarding their
pet's experience with cancer treatment.
The Oncology Clinic at Texas A&M University is also active
in clinical trials. The purpose of these clinical trials is to find
better ways to treat cancer in animals that may also translate into
better therapies for humans down the road. Please see our Clinical Trials
web page for a list of current trials.
We are also a member of the Comparative Oncology Trials
Consortium (COTC). This is a group of several Veterinary Colleges
that participate in multi-institutional clinical trials sponsored
by the NIH through their Comparative Oncology Program (COP). Please
click on the link below for more information about this
Comparative Oncology Program