Andy’s Army Donation Supports Osteosarcoma Research
By Julie Nettifee
It takes a village to raise a family, and it can take
an army to combat challenging diseases that impact both human and animal health. Osteosarcoma is one of the most challenging, painful and devastating forms of cancer and Andy’s Army, a nonprofit based in Ohio, has supported the CMI and the “One Medicine” fund through the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Foundation, specifically to support Osteosarcoma comparative research.
Andy’s Army is a group of committed dog owners that are making a difference by funding osteosarcoma research and CMI has been the recipient of these funds for the past two years. Benefit walks, outreach events, and photography session make up the arsenal for the Army’s primary fundraising means, all in efforts to support Discoveries that Save Lives, in human and animal health. The CMI is honored to be a recipient of this donation in 2015. For more information go to: