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Dr. Gareau completed her DVM degree at the University of Montreal and her rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Purdue University. She completed a fellowship in bone marrow transplant and apheresis at the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine (NCSU CVM) before completing a medical oncology residency at the same institution. Motivated by her passion for teaching, she decided to stay at the NCSU CVM to pursue a position as a clinical instructor in oncology.
Updated December 2023
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OncologyPrimary care veterinarians play a crucial role in the lives of oncology patients by performing tests and general monitoring in between chemotherapy treatments and following remission.
Aggressive surgery and other treatments, recommended to be done by a skilled veterinary surgeon and oncologist, is the best hope for prolonging the life of a cat diagnosed with FISS.