When it comes to treating cancer in exotic animals, we are limited by a lack of research and data. This is why collaboration is key in order to improve outcomes, further our knowledge, and lead to more innovative research.
In partnership with leaders in biomedical research, zoological parks, and colleges of veterinary medicine we are collecting the data necessary to improve cancer treatment outcomes in exotics and contribute to improving outcomes for all species.
How You Can Help:
Tell us about your cases. By sharing the type of species, diagnosis, treatment, and outcome, we will be able to better serve our patients and the field of comparative medicine. To get started, click here: EXOTIC TUMOR DATABASE