CnK Advisory Board member Dr. Keila Torres is cancer surgeon at MD Anderson, and the mother of three Labrador retrievers and the author of the Sniffing for a Cure Blog and Guest Author of the CnK Blog this month, describing the devastating cancer our pets and kids share, and the efforts of the Paws for a Cure Symposium to help us Crush Cancer @ Both Ends of the Leash
September is about Gold Ribbons signifying awareness in the fight against Childhood Cancer, but here at Canines-N-Kids, we are integrating our canine cancer patients with naturally occurring disease as a major ally in that fight. READ MORE...
Program Bakes a Way to Raise Awareness, Funds to Fight Cancers Kids & Dogs Both Develop
Walk...Run...Cure...Ulrike Szalay, CnK's Executive Director & Founder speaks with Comcast's Yolanda Vasquez about comparative oncology and its promise to move the needle in some devastating cancers kids and man's best friend both develop
There’s some good news coming out of Washington, DC this week for children and pets. I just returned from the Paws for a Cure meeting which was groundbreaking. Those of us working in the word of cancer know that dogs and kids develop many of the same cancers, but efforts to find a cure are not widely shared. We are now working to change that.
Veterinarian Dr. Cheryl London, and canine cancer patients like Zoe, team up with kids cancer doctor Dr. Katie Janeway in the field of comparative oncology. As CBS Sunday Morning reporter Susan Spencer discovered, these two eminent cancer researchers are collaborating to find a cure for osteosarcoma for both kids and dogs.
Arlene Weintraub, Forbes and Fierce Biotech writer and author of a book on Comparative Oncology (Heal), fills out the CBS story with additional texture in her piece "What 'Sunday Morning' Didn't Say About How Animals Aid Cancer Research", detailing advances in cancer medicine that are already attributable to learnings from canine cancer patients. https://www.forbes.com/sites/arleneweintraub/2017/03/12/what-sunday-morning-didnt-say-about-how-animals-aid-cancer-research/#32704e643c96
Canines-N-Kids has received a $250,000 grant and Founding Partnership from the Petco Foundation, who, with support of its Pet Cancer awareness initiative with Blue Buffalo Foundation, supports organizations working to find a cure for this devastating disease.
Wishing our supporters and partners a happy holiday season and thanking all for helping us launch Canines-N-Kids so successfully only a few months ago! ! 2017 promises to be a great year, in which we will work tirelessly together to make a difference in the lives of kids and canines to #endcancer.
The 21st Century Cures Act passes both houses of Congress overwhelmingly and now awaits President Obama's signature. This bill significantly increases funding for pediatric cancer, for the Moonshot, and for innovation in cancer research like comparative oncology.
On Nov, 29th, #GivingTuesday - the Petco Foundation will MATCH EVERY DOLLAR donated to the Canines-N-Kids Foundation. Join us in funding life-saving research and a cure for cancers afflicting both children and man's best friend!
On November 3rd, “One Health Day,” we have an extraordinary opportunity to collaborate across disciplines and solve some of today’s critical global health challenges – including pediatric and canine cancer.
Today marks one year since a beautiful high school senior, Rylie Heisler heard the words she has cancer...
Arlene Weintraub, Award winning Journalist (Forbes, Fierce, US News & World Report) and Author of "Heal, the Vital Role of Dogs in the Search for Cancer Cures," shares her perspective on comparative oncology and the progress and promise of canine clinical patients in the quest to beat cancer
Canines-N-Kids' Executive DIrector, Ulrike Szalay, shares her thoughts on the Moonshot Panel's just released goals and importance of CNK's mission against these recommendations