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As the Mid-Atlantic region’s only private veterinary hospital devoted solely to cancer treatment, research and prevention, VOSRC strives to provide our clients and patients with the highest quality and most compassionate oncology services.
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Fax: (610) 696-4635

Small Animals, Dogs, Cats, Exotics, Large Animals
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visa, discover, mastercard, all major credit cards, check, debit, travelers checks, amex
Immunotherapy, Chemotherapy, Molecular approach, Metronomic therapy, Radiation therapy, Pain Management, Diagnostics, Critical Care, Cardiology, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Medical Boarding, Nutritional Consulting




Diplomate ACVIM, Oncology, AACR, AVMA
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Shirley R.



Terrible place. Do not send your pet here if you care for them. They do research on your pet. We thought they would help or at least tell us if they could not help. Instead, she died within 2 days of her tests at this so called Oncology Services! Research, remember that.



VOSC is incredible

In April 2006 our four and a half year old Golden Retriever, Holly, lost her appetite and about 20 pounds before we took her to our local vet. Following an Xray session she was diagnosed with anaplastic sarcoma and cancer of the spleen and given less than 30 days to live.

A week later, we bumped into a neighbor at a social event whose Golden was being treated for cancer by Dr Jeglum and who spoke highly of the clinic's work. Three days later we visited the clinic with Holly in tow and were advised by Dr Jeglum that her spleen was about to bleed out and we should leave her overnight for emergency surgery. An action plan to deal with the various cancers would be developed following a successful spleenectomy.

The surgeon removed her spleen and confirmed that Holly was still riddled with cancer. Over the course of the next six months Holly also developed lymphoma and a brain malady. Dr Jeglum and her team prescribed at least four different protocols (dealing with each different cancer) over a nine month period.

It was NOT an inexpensive process but we gladly paid for the joy of extending our time with Holly even if it would only buy us another two years or so.

Today (4/7/2011) we took Holly in for her six month checkup and she continues to be in remission. It has been nearly five years since we began this ordeal with our beloved pet and we remain profoundly grateful for the excellent treatment and care Dr J and her team provided in extending our time with our "puppy".


Phone: (610) 692-6272

Address: 739 E Nields St, West Chester, PA 19382


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