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11. Assessing Immune Stimulation as a Potential Therapy for Osteosarcoma

(Web Page; Mon Jan 04 12:05:00 CST 2016)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Timothy M. Fan, University of Illinois Sponsors: Aura McConnell Foundation, Inc., Flat-coated Retriever Foundation, Rex and Nelle Jackson Foundation, Dr. & Mrs. Martin V. Haspel Study ID: D14CA-035

12. Evaluation of Cyclopamine as a Therapy for Canine Bone Cancer

(Web Page; Wed Apr 11 09:36:00 CDT 2012)

D10CA-308Dr. Heather M. Wilson, Texas A&M University, First Award Grant Co-sponsors: Newfoundland Club of America Charitable Trust; Mrs. Sara Grover; Linda Watkins, in honor of Jasper; The Labrador Retriever Club, Inc.; Mrs. Sara...

13. Identifying Genetic Factors of Bone Cancer

(Web Page; Thu Mar 01 08:31:00 CST 2012)

D09CA-402Dr. Joelle M. Fenger, Ohio State University Co-sponsor: Anonymous: for Tycho; Deborah J. Davenport, DVM, MS, DACVIM and Martin Drey, DVM, Borzoi Club of America

14. Looking for New Targeted Therapies for Osteosarcoma in Dogs

(Web Page; Fri Jun 10 17:16:00 CDT 2016)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Deanna D. Dailey, Colorado State University Sponsors: Dr. & Mrs. Martin V. Haspel, Newfoundland Club of America Charitable Trust, Quad W Foundation, Blue Buffalo Foundation, Petco Foundation Study ID: D1...

Description: Researchers will investigate the role of a signaling pathway in the progression of bone cancer in dogs and evaluate its potential as a new therapeutic target to help treat this disease.

15. Season of Hope - taking on osteosarcoma

(Web Page; Mon Nov 09 13:21:00 CST 2015)

Xanadu, a fun-loving Labrador retriever, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma of his right front leg in August 2010. Lisa Dowell chronicled her dog’s ensuing struggle in a blog, documenting the ups and downs associated with chemothe...

Description: Xanadu, a fun-loving Labrador retriever, was diagnosed with osteosarcoma of his right front leg in August 2010. Lisa Dowell chronicled her dog’s ensuing struggle in a blog, documenting the ups and downs associated with chemotherapy – response, relapse, experimental treatments – all the highs and lows.

16. A Chance to Change Cancer Treatment

(Web Page; Wed Jul 05 13:44:00 CDT 2017)

Finding out your dog has cancer is a devastating experience for many pet owners. If you also happen to be a veterinarian, emotions collide as you find yourself in the position of both owner and doctor, like Dr. Joe Schmidt and his wife, ...

Description: Finding out your dog has cancer is a devastating experience for many pet owners. If you also happen to be a veterinarian, emotions collide as you find yourself in the position of both owner and doctor, like Dr. Joe Schmidt and his wife, Sue.

17. 5-5-5: New Cancer Project on the Horizon

(Web Page; Wed Jan 22 14:02:00 CST 2014)

Each day we lean on our furry best friends to keep us happy and provide us unconditional love. As good pet owners, you work to keep them healthy. At Morris Animal Foundation, we want to fund the best health science for pets. That include...

Description: Each day we lean on our furry best friends to keep us happy and provide us unconditional love. As good pet owners, you work to keep them healthy. At Morris Animal Foundation, we want to fund the best health science for pets. That includes tackling canine cancer—and an exciting new project does just that.

18. Evaluating a Potential Drug for Treating Malignant Tumors

(Web Page; Fri Jan 13 11:51:00 CST 2012)

D10CA-064Dr. Jacqueline M. Wypij, University of Illinois Co-sponsor: The Aura McConnell Foundation, Inc.

19. Veterinary Students Make the Most of the Summer Months

(Web Page; Wed Aug 20 16:59:00 CDT 2014)

Beginning in 2005, Morris Animal Foundation launched the Veterinary Student Scholars Program, which encourages veterinary students to pursue research careers. The program provides students with summer stipends so they can focus entirely ...

Description: Beginning in 2005, Morris Animal Foundation launched the Veterinary Student Scholars Program, which encourages veterinary students to pursue research careers. The program provides students with summer stipends so they can focus entirely on a project of their own design, while working with a mentor at their respective veterinary colleges.

20. Veterinary Students Make the Most of the Summer Months

(Web Page; Wed Aug 20 16:59:00 CDT 2014)

Beginning in 2005, Morris Animal Foundation launched the Veterinary Student Scholars Program, which encourages veterinary students to pursue research careers. The program provides students with summer stipends so they can focus entirely ...

Description: Beginning in 2005, Morris Animal Foundation launched the Veterinary Student Scholars Program, which encourages veterinary students to pursue research careers. The program provides students with summer stipends so they can focus entirely on a project of their own design, while working with a mentor at their respective veterinary colleges.