Pet Tales: Jimmy V grants to treat cancer in dogs and people [A One Health Approach] Linda Wilson Fuoco Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Nov 23, 2018 8:00 AM <!-- --> The School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania is one of five veterinary schools receiving research grants to work with cancer centers that treat people. Called canine comparative oncology, the field explores treatments that will have better success and less toxicity for dogs and people, according to a news release from The V Foundation for Cancer Research (, which was founded by Jim Valvano, the late North Carolina State basketball coach. Cancer research and clinical studies give researchers cause for optimism, said Nicola Mason, a board-certified veterinary internist and immunologist  at PennVet in Philadelphia. “The revolution has started.” ... Read all at: