Join us as we delve into the world of cancer research with the incredible Doug Thamm. We kick things off by exploring Doug’s groundbreaking study on utilizing salmonella to target cancer cells and discuss the evolution of this innovative approach.

Moving through the episode, we get an inside look at the cancer service at Colorado State University, where Doug contributes to the ‘One Cure’ mission, revolutionizing cancer treatment in veterinary medicine.

Ever wondered what a day in the life of a veterinary researcher looks like? We’ve got you covered! Doug gives us insights into his role at Colorado State University, including whether the iconic lab coat is still a part of his daily attire.

In a touching segment, Doug shares his personal connection to cancer and how it led him to a fulfilling career in veterinary oncology. But it’s not all about work! Discover Doug’s life outside the lab, from his passion for speed skating to his lifelong love of making music.

As an educator, Doug reflects on his teaching experiences and leaves us with a 60-Second CPD titled “YOU can successfully treat most mast cell tumors!” To cap it off, Doug leaves us with a reflection question that will have you pondering long after the episode ends. 

Don’t miss this captivating conversation that seamlessly weaves science, personal stories, and thought-provoking insights.

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