Linear Accelerator (LINAC) in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital - Cancer Care

Join us to give hope when you give to cancer care

We provide exceptional radiation treatment to thousands of animals, and with a new linear accelerator (LINAC) we can provide even more accurate and safer treatment to our animal patients.

Each year, the WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital treats around 300 dogs and 40 cats for cancer. Dogs like Kiki, a border collie mix, or Booda, a dachshund, that now have second leases on life, or Lucy, a Boston terrier, and Zoey, a miniature Goldendoodle, that each enjoyed more time with their families because of cancer care at WSU.

We can actually cure patients, not just prolong their lives, but actually cure them. It is an investment in every pet that might need radiation therapy.

—Janean Fidel, WSU veterinary oncologist

Questions about giving? Contact Kay Glaser  or 509-335-4835.

To make a gift by mail:

Please make your check out to “WSUF” (Washington State University Foundation) and indicate the fund name. Send the check to:

College of Veterinary Medicine
Attn: Development Office
PO Box 647010
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-7010

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