Wilson’s Wish Comparative Oncology Project

If a peek into the future told you that your research would play a part in the symphony of eliminating cancer in all living things exactly two years from the day you started . . . when would you begin?

Comparative oncology research, the study of similar cancers in dogs, cats, and humans, may provide not only effective cutting-edge promise for our beloved dogs and cats, but these successful results could provide expedited FDA approvals for human trials.

THERE ARE SO MANY NEW AND EXCITING ADVANCES IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CANCER AND WE ARE THROWING OUR PAWS, CLAWS, AND CAUSE INTO THE RING!

“Our best friend may also be the one who lights a way to a cure.”

Wilson’s Wish Oncology Project
A 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization

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John Waite of The Babys, Bad English, and superstar solo artist with Dr. Queen’s dog and Wilson’s friend, Georgie. John would play anything for a cure!

The one and only, Dr. Jane Goodall, showing off her own Wilson’s Wish warmer. Jane knew and loved Wilson very much.

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NBA Sacramento King’s point guard De’Aaron Fox, with his dogs Rose and Mickey, visit Dr. Moore and Dr. Queen at MarQueen Veterinary Specialty Group. De’Aaron and his mother formed The Whole Fox Family Foundation to help women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. Making a difference!

Our Mission

WE AT WILSON'S WISH WILL CONTINUALLY SORT AND UPDATE LINKS ON PROMISING NEW RESEARCH IN THE CURE FOR CANCER.

Cancer Cure Progress

Revolutionary work on the body’s immune system and a host of new drug trials mean that beating cancer may be achievable.

How Cancer Research in Dogs and Cats is Making Progress Toward a Cure

New research to improve the effectiveness of promising new treatments using immunotherapies could prove mutually beneficial to both dogs and people.

Comparative Oncology and Expedited FDA Drug Trials

Finding a cure for cancer would become more likely if the FDA streamlined the drug approval process

New precision medicine procedure fights cancer, advances treatment for pets and humans

In a first-of-its-kind study, scientists at the University of Missouri have helped advance a patient-specific, precision medicine treatment for bone cancer in dogs.

Wilson’s Wish Comparative Oncology Project

Comparative oncology research, the study of similar cancers in dogs, cats, and humans, may provide not only effective cutting-edge promise for our beloved dogs and cats, but these successful results could provide expedited FDA approvals for human trials.

THERE ARE SO MANY NEW AND EXCITING ADVANCES IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CANCER AND WE ARE THROWING OUR PAWS, CLAWS, AND CAUSE INTO THE RING!