The VCC Cancer Fund
When your pet’s diagnosis is cancer … there is hope.
The Veterinary Cancer Center (formerly The Veterinary Oncology and Hematology Center) offers advanced medicine, compassionate care, expert advice, and well-being for pets with cancer. The new, 8,000 square foot, state-of-the-art hospital is the largest stand-alone veterinary comparative oncology center in the United States.
Owned by Dr. Gerald Post, a world renowned veterinary oncologist and David Duchemin, co-founder and treasurer of the Riedel and Cody Fund, VCC has helped hundreds of clients treat their pets into remission. VCC helps patients from New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts as well as providing support to RCF clients who submit applications from around the country.
The Veterinary Cancer Center Fund is a wonderful way to help pets in the New York and New England area get the cancer treatments they need to live long and healthy lives.
“I could not afford to pay for cancer treatments for my precious boy Bandit but VCC offered to reduce their fees and help me pay for treatment costs through their cancer fund – we’re so grateful.”
Please Donate to the VCC Fund and Let’s Beat Cancer Together!
[icon image="fa-check-square-o"] The Riedel and Cody Fund board of directors fully fund all operating expenses of the charity. 100% of donor contributions are used for program expenses.
[icon image="fa-check-square-o"] You may donate to our fund in honor or memory of a person or companion animal and we will notify the recipient of your gift.
[icon image="fa-check-square-o"] Neither the Veterinary Cancer Center nor The Riedel and Cody Fund will ever sell or distribute your personal information for any reason.