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Penn Vet Breaking News
Dr. Karin Sorenmo's Shelter Canine Mammary Tumor Program is featured in The New York Times Science section. This program provides care to shelter dogs with mammary tumors. The dogs are homeless and don't have access to the care they need to survive. By providing care, Dr. Sorenmo is also studying the similarities of breast cancer between dogs and women. She is looking at the early molecular alterations associated with tumor development and progression.
Learn more about the Shelter Canine Mammary Tumor Program...
With the world watching, New Bolton Center's mare, My Special Girl,
gave birth to a colt at 9:22pm
on Saturday, March 29, 2014
, at Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center. The grey foal weighed 104 pounds
and measured 39.5 inches from crown to tail
The birth was broadcast via a Foal Cam, a first in the history of Penn Vet. The live feed from My Special Girl’s stall in New Bolton Center’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit was available at www.vet.upenn.edu/foalcam, beginning February 26. Since then, more than 133,000 people in 112 countries have tuned in to monitor the mare and await the birth of the foal.
Read about the birth of My Special Girl's colt...
Download high-resolution photos...
Learn more about Foal Cam...