Jarred Lyons, DVM
ACVR -Radiation Oncology
Dr. Lyons grew up in San Diego and attended the University of California Los Angeles for his undergraduate education. He received his bachelor of science in psychobiology in 1998. He then earned his doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of California at Davis in 2003, after which he completed a surgical and internal medicine internship in the Los Angeles area. After completing his residency in Radiation Oncology at North Carolina State University (in conjunction with Duke University and the University of North Carolina), Dr. Lyons joined Veterinary Cancer Group in January of 2007. His special interests include medical oncology and palliative radiation therapy to improve the quality of life for end-stage cancer patients. Dr Lyons is the author of Survivor: The Dog Days of Cancer, a novel about a dog Eddie, his family, and their journey through the world of cancer. Dr. Lyons practices veterinary oncology as a board certified radiation oncologist at Veterinary Cancer Group in Los Angeles California.
David Bommarito, DVM MS
ACVR - Radiation Oncology
ACVIM - Medical Oncology
Dr. Bommarito grew up in Southern California and attended UC Berkeley for his undergraduate education. He graduated from Berkeley in 2001 and began his veterinary education at UC Davis. He earned his doctorate in veterinary medicine in 2005 and was subsequently accepted into a one year internship at Cornell University. In 2006, Dr. Bommarito began his radiation oncology residency training at the University of Missouri and in 2008 he became board certified with the American College of Veterinary Radiology in radiation oncology. He continued his education at the University of Missouri with a three year medical oncology residency and masters degree program which was completed in 2011. Now back in Southern California, he practices veterinary oncology as a boarded radiation and medical oncologist at Veterinary Cancer Group in Tustin California. His area of research include the use of targeted radiation therapy and chemotherapy to better attack cancer and protect normal tissue.
About CyberKnife at Veterinary Cancer Group
Dr. Lyons and Dr. Bommarito have been offering Cyberknife radiosurgery as an advanced option to treat cancerous masses in dogs and cats since 2011. Patients from around the country have been referred to them for their expertise and to date they are one of three facilities in the world offering this state of the art radiation option for animals. Both Dr. Lyons and Dr. Bommarito are certified Veterinary Radiation Oncologists boarded through the American College of Veterinary Radiology
Dr. Lyons practices oncology in the heart of Los Angeles at Veterinary Cancer Group in Culver City California while Dr Bommarito practices oncology at Veterinary Cancer Group in Tustin California. Both Dr. Lyons and Dr. Bommarito are available for consultations through Veterinary Cancer Group.
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