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Clinicians with Penn Vet's Diabetes Program at Ryan Hospital strive to provide exceptional treatment to diabetic dogs and cats, improve the quality of life of diabetic pets (and their owners), increase the life span of our patients, decrease risks of diabetic complications, and improve understanding of genetics and other disease risk factors.
The Diabetes Program advances the care of diabetic dogs and cats through clinical trials designed to improve the care of our pets. Almost any diabetic dog can be enrolled in an on-going clinical trial. For more information on our current clinical trials and how you can enroll, click on the tab below.
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