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Explore our curated selection of videos that offer valuable insights into various aspects of hemangiosarcoma. Through expert interviews, compelling stories of canine resilience, and engaging content, these videos provide a dynamic and visual perspective on understanding the complexities of hemangiosarcoma and its treatment. Gain a deeper understanding and make well-informed decisions for your pet's well-being.

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Antonella Borgatti, Professor of Oncology at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine Research

In this video, Dr. Kelly Diehl from Morris Animal Foundation talks with Dr. Antonella Borgatti, Professor of Oncology at the University of Minnesota, College of Veterinary Medicine about canine hemangiosarcoma. The two share important insights into the cancer, including the signs, disease biology and treatment, as well as past, current and future research. This video was made possible by our partnership with TEDxMileHigh.

Dr. Sue Cancer Vet

Sue Ettinger, DVM, DACVIM will review the double two-thirds rule for masses in the spleen for dogs. Dr. Sue will give you tips on when we can be more suspicious it is hemangiosarcoma in your dog, and when it is less likely. And she will discuss some of the other cancers and benign masses we see in the spleens of dogs.

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Dr. Abel M. Lera, DVM

Dr. Lera talks about splenic hemangiosarcomas in dogs with Winnie, a seven-year-old Lab mix. Hemangiosarcoma of the spleen, or spleen cancer in dogs, is a cancer that is diagnosed in many canines every year. It is a cancer made up of the cells that line blood vessels, and therefore can be found in any part of the body. However, the most common sites include the spleen, liver and right auricle of the heart. (source:

Dr. Nicola J. Mason, BVetMed, PhD

An interview with Dr. Nicola J. Mason, 

Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Professor of Medicine & Pathobiology, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine

The Paul A. James and Charles A. Gilmore Endowed Chair Professorship within the Department of Clinical Sciences and Advanced Medicine, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.

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