The Colorado State University Animal Cancer Center (ACC) is the preeminent cancer center for animals, offering the latest in diagnostics and treatment for all kinds of cancer in companion animals including surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
ACC is the largest animal cancer center in the United States and one of a few programs in the country where companion animals can receive comprehensive surgical, medical and radiation oncology therapy for cancer. In addition, ACC is active in the clinical testing of new cancer therapies and has the capacity to perform functional imaging and to obtain tumor tissue before and after treatment with targeted agents.
The Pharmacology Shared Resource is located at Colorado State University. In addition to the CU Cancer Center Pharmacology Shared Resource, the following the CU Cancer Center research programs and shared resources collaborate with ACC:
- Animal Imaging
- Biostatistics & Bioinformatics
- Molecular Pathology
- Tissue Biobanking & Processing
- Cancer Prevention & Control
- Developmental Therapeutics
- Molecular Oncology
Colorado State Animal Cancer Center
Veterinary Teaching Hospital
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colo.
Rodney Page, DVM, Diplomate, ACVIM