Last changed: 13 July 2015

Tumour diseases At the University Animal Hospital, we conduct highly specialised treatment of dogs and cats with tumours. At the oncology clinic, vets specialising in oncology are available 2-3 days a week. We offer both advanced surgical treatment and several kinds of cytostatic therapy.

Our goal is to enhance the quality of life for dogs and cats with tumours, both during and after treatment. By having a high level of expertise, we make sure that our diagnoses are acurate, and we provide an individual prognosis for each patient. In some cases it is not possible to treat the tumour without causing the animal to suffer. If this is the case, we will not recommend treatment.

At the hospital, we conduct ongoing clinical research into the treatment of tumours. This means that we can sometimes offer our patients the opportunity to take part in trials involving new therapies.

More information about tumour diseases

C3O, the Centre of Clinical Comparative Oncology, is an international centre based at SLU. Here you can read more about tumour diseases, symptoms and treatments.

You can also contribute to our research

Do you want to contribute to increased knowledge about the disease? Learn more about our ongoing research projects in which you and your dog can help us.

    *Ongoing research projects

Staff at the oncology clinic:

Henrik Rönnberg

Licensed veterinary surgeon, DMV
Diplomate ECVIM-CA (Oncology)
Specialist i oncology, dogs and cats

Sara Westberg

Licensed veterinary surgeon
Specialist in dog and cat diseases
Resident in oncology