UF Veterinarian: I Survived Cancer and I Help Dogs Survive It, Too
Imagine being a veterinarian who works with dogs with cancer then becoming the patient youself.
That story became very real for one doctor here in North Central Florida and she's now written a book about her journey.
Dr. Sarah Boston, a veterinary oncologist at the Univeristy of Florida Small Animal Hospital and her best buddy, Rumble joined us in the studio to tell us more.
If you would like to purchase Dr. Boston's book, "Lucky Dog: How Being a Veterinarian Saved My Life," visit the following places:
Books-A-Million in Gainesville
Barnes & Noble in Ocala
*The book is also available via Ebook at Amazon or Anansi websites.
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