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Personalized Medicine Makes Its Way to Pets With Cancer: Morphogenesis and SEVO-Med Team up for a Canine Cancer Field Study, First of Its Kind, Side-Effect-Free Process to Treat Companion Animals
Date:8/23/2013

tiveness of this cutting edge new technology in the fight against lymphoma.”    

About SEVO-Med

Southeast Veterinary Oncology (SEVO) was founded in the Jacksonville suburb of Orange Park, FL, in October, 2004 by double-board certified veterinary oncologist, Tracy LaDue, DVM. At that time, SEVO was one of the first oncology-specific veterinary specialty practices in the U.S. The practice opened its Savannah, GA, clinic in September of 2011. Today, the practices are led by Dr. LaDue and Jennifer Locke, DVM in Florida, and Andrew Daters, DVM, in Georgia. SEVO-Med’s mission is to understand the unique and special bond shared between you and your pet, to offer compassionate guidance, to deliver excellent state of the art medical care, to provide the utmost in client communication and to collaborate with referring veterinarians to develop the best therapy for your pet. For more information, please visit http://www.petcancercare.com or call 904-278-3870 or 912-355-5791.

About Morphogenesis

Morphogenesis is a privately-held biotechnology company structured to serve the rapidly growing cell therapy, biologics and tissue engineering markets. Morphogenesis has developed a multi-indication cancer therapy which educates the immune system to attack tumor cells throughout the body without damaging other cells or systems. Its subsidiary, Veterinary Oncology Services, Inc., assists veterinary physicians in providing this non-toxic, personalized treatment for many types of cancers in cats, dogs and horses. For more information, please visit http://www.veterinaryoncologyservices.com or 813-877-7896 http://www.morphogenesis-inc.com or call 813-875-6600.'/>"/>

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