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1. Determining a More Effective Treatment for Canine Lymphoma

(Web Page; Wed Aug 28 16:22:00 CDT 2013)

D13CA-033 Dr. Jaime F. Modiano, University of Minnesota Co-sponsors: Rainier Agility Team; Anonymous; Tibetan Terrier Health and Welfare Foundation; American Spaniel Club Foundation; American German Shepherd Dog Charitable Foundation, I...

Description: This study evaluates the efficacy of two antibodies that could treat canine B-cell lymphoma. The investigators theorize that either antibody alone will kill lymphoma cells and delay tumor progression but that the combined effect of the two antibodies will be more effective as a treatment for dogs with lymphoma.

2. Ready, Set, Go! Annual Agility Trail to Support Canine Cancer Research

(Web Page; Thu Jul 26 14:24:00 CDT 2012)

It’s time again to rally together for the annual Pepper/Sampson Memorial Classic NADAC Agility Trial to benefit Morris Animal Foundation. This year’s event will be held July 27–29 at the University of Nevada–Reno ...

Description: It’s time again to rally together for the annual Pepper/Sampson This marks the 12th anniversary of the agility event, which to date has raised more than $144,000 for canine lymphoma research.

3. Searching for New Therapy Targets to Treat Dogs with B-cell Lymphoma

(Web Page; Tue Dec 16 12:45:00 CST 2014)

Principal Investigator: Dr. William C. Kisseberth, The Ohio State University Sponsor: Australian Shepherd Health & Genetics Institute, Inc Study ID: D15CA-026

Description: New treatment strategies for canine B-cell lymphoma are desperately needed. One promising target may be inhibition of the B-cell receptor (BCR) signaling pathway, which is commonly activated in dogs with high-grade B-cell lymphoma. Researchers will investigate the BCR signaling pathway’s role in canine lymphoma cells and its potential as a therapeutic target. Information gained from this study may be useful in the development of a clinical trial to test new therapies in dogs with B-cell lymphoma.

4. AN 11.4

(File; Tue Nov 22 17:03:00 CST 2011)

volume11.4A HEALTHIER TOMORROW FOR ANIMALS®IN THIS ISSUESpecial Report: Aged to PerfectionIN THIS ISSUE11.4OUR MISSIONMorris Animal Foundationimproves the health andwell-being of companionanimals and wildlife byfunding humane healths...

5. 2012/13 Sponsorship Book

(File; Mon Nov 12 19:12:00 CST 2012)

SPOnSOrSHiP OPPOrtunitiESWhere science meets HOPE.www.MorrisAnimalFoundation.org4 28 3412PageCOntEntSSponsor research that brings hope11Scientifc discoveries are continuous, and Morris AnimalFoundation’s quest for better veterinary medi...

Description: We can't fulfill our mission without the support of committed partners. You can make animals' lives better by sponsoring research through Morris Animal Foundation.

6. 2011-2012 Small Animal Sponsorship Book

(File; Mon Sep 19 18:52:00 CDT 2011)

2011–2012the Future is inYour handsCompanion animal SponSorShip opportunitieS22011 – 2012the Future is in Your handsHelp us create a healthier tomorrow for cats and dogsWhat could be better than coming home to a wagging tail or a soft pu...

7. Understanding the Role of Specific Cells in Lymphoma Spread

(Web Page; Tue Nov 29 09:59:00 CST 2011)

D12CA-302Dr. Daisuke Ito, University of Minnesota, First Award Grant Co-sponsors: The American German Shepherd Dog Charitable Foundation, Inc.; Golden Retriever Foundation

8. Testing a Potential Therapeutic Target for Lymphoma

(Web Page; Mon Dec 23 14:39:00 CST 2013)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Marie-Eve Nadeau, University of Montreal, Canada, First Award Grant Sponsors: Anonymous Study ID: D14CA-324

9. Potential prognostic lymphoma test

(Web Page; Wed Dec 14 14:33:00 CST 2011)

Dr. Matthew BreenNorth Carolina State UniversityDr. Sue LanaColorado State University Lymphoma accounts for nearly 25 percent of all cancers in dogs, and some breeds are particularly susceptible. Untreated dogs rarely survive beyond thr...

Description: Lymphoma accounts for nearly 25 percent of all cancers in dogs, and some breeds are particularly susceptible.

10. Evaluating a Novel Drug for Lymphoma

(Web Page; Thu Mar 14 10:51:00 CDT 2013)

D12CA-033Dr. Barbara Biller, Colorado State University Co-sponsors: Flat-Coated Retriever Foundation; Trudy Lanman; Golden Retriever Foundation; Dr. & Mrs. Martin V. Haspel; The Aura McConnell Foundation, Inc.; Anonymous, for Pixel,...

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