The Take C.H.A.R.G.E. Registry and Cancer Care Index began with a retrospective review of more than 35,900 anonymous canine patient records uploaded into a secure customized database and more than 830 confirmed cancer diagnoses. The database continues to grow as veterinary clinics and dog owners upload medical records of dogs with cancer, which are de-identified and anonymous, at no cost to the clinic or dog owner. Information on the impact of canine cancer by breed, type, age, gender, and location is included on an open access, easy to use, interactive dashboard.
CEO and Founder of Dr. Fossum’s Pet Care,
Founder of National Cancer Veterinary Registry
Dir. Of Clinical Studies, Medical Oncologist
at BluePearl Malvern, ACF Scientific Advisory Council
Recent advances in chemotherapy, as well as advances in managing chemotherapy side effects such as vomiting, poor appetite, or diarrhea, should be discussed with veterinarians and canine oncologists to ensure dogs are benefiting from the latest canine cancer science.
Protecting dogs from cancer begins with knowing its impact by breed, type, age, gender, and location.
It’s so vitally important to have this registry for our dogs! I love that Jaguar Health built this registry!
This is an amazing resource for canine cancer data and ongoing studies on the topic, just fabulous.