Cancer Patients and Their Pets
People all love their pets and treat them like family. They give us unconditional love and attention and are there for us during the ups and downs of our lives, including when you are diagnosed with cancer. And to honor our furry caregivers here’s a list of articles on some of the common topics related to cancer patients and their pets.
- Is It Safe to Keep My Pet While I’m Being Treated for Cancer?
- Concerns on How Pets can Transmit Infections to People
- Man’s Best Friend May Also be His Best Weapon Against Cancer
- (Abstract Only) Cancer Patients and Their Companion Animals: Results from a 309-Patient Survey on Pet-Related Concerns and Anxieties During Chemotherapy.
- Beneficial Effects of Animal-Assisted Visits on Quality of Life During Multimodal Radiation-Chemotherapy Regimens
- 7 Ways Dogs Help People with Cancer
- 5 Ways Service Dogs Help People with Cancer
- Pets and Cancer: How To Care for Yourself & Your Furry Friends During Treatment
- Sit, Stay and Heal: Therapy Dogs Help Soothe Cancer Patients
- Should Immunocompromised Patients Have Pets?
- If Dogs Can Smell Cancer, Why Don’t They Screen People?
- Canine Spontaneous Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinomas Represent Their Human Counterparts at the Molecular Level
- Lisa Reed, Tonsil Cancer Survivor, Featured on HealthCentral
- HNCA CEO to Moderate Oncology Panel Discussion
- Lakers Podcast: Michael Cooper On The 17-18 Season, Battling Cancer, & A Secret Workout With Kobe Bryant
- Michael Cooper, NBA Champion and Tongue Cancer Survivor Urges Public to Attend Free Local Screenings During Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week® (OHANCAW)
- HNCA Board Member, Dr. Terry Day, March 12th Radio Interview Available Online