Pets get cancer just as humans do, and the scope of cancer treatments for dogs and cats is increasing. Treatment of pets that get solid tumors will typically consist of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation, or a combination of these.
Treatment methods related to immunotherapy have been on the rise for humans for quite some time. At the same time, we see a great, unmet need for similar products in veterinary medicine. New research on pet cancer shows that experimental cancer treatments can have life-prolonging effects, and are often associated with fewer side effects.
We want to create a global center of excellence through our research on experimental cancer treatment for dogs & cats. We will establish a drug pipeline that is unique in veterinary medicine, and make the data available to promote research.