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1. Hemangiosarcoma

(Web Page; Wed Feb 29 11:39:00 CST 2012)

Hemangiosarcoma is an aggressive, malignant tumor that affects the blood vessels lining cells. Although hemangiosarcoma could theoretically arise from any tissue where there are blood vessels, the most common location is the spleen. Othe...

2. Hemangiosarcoma

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 10:00:00 CST 2012)

Hemangiosarcoma is an aggressive, malignant tumor that affects the blood vessels lining cells. Although hemangiosarcoma could theoretically arise from any tissue where there are blood vessels, the most common location is the spleen. Othe...

3. Hemangiosarcoma

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 10:00:00 CST 2012)

Hemangiosarcoma is an aggressive, malignant tumor that affects the blood vessels lining cells. Although hemangiosarcoma could theoretically arise from any tissue where there are blood vessels, the most common location is the spleen. Othe...

4. Hemangiosarcoma

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 10:00:00 CST 2012)

Hemangiosarcoma is an aggressive, malignant tumor that affects the blood vessels lining cells. Although hemangiosarcoma could theoretically arise from any tissue where there are blood vessels, the most common location is the spleen. Othe...

5. Hemangiosarcoma

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 10:00:00 CST 2012)

Hemangiosarcoma is an aggressive, malignant tumor that affects the blood vessels lining cells. Although hemangiosarcoma could theoretically arise from any tissue where there are blood vessels, the most common location is the spleen. Othe...

6. Hemangiosarcoma

(Web Page; Mon Nov 26 10:00:00 CST 2012)

Hemangiosarcoma is an aggressive, malignant tumor that affects the blood vessels lining cells. Although hemangiosarcoma could theoretically arise from any tissue where there are blood vessels, the most common location is the spleen. Othe...

7. Assessing How a Protein Helps Hemangiosarcoma Cells Survive

(Web Page; Fri Aug 16 10:28:00 CDT 2013)

D13CA-062Dr. Erin B. Dickerson, University of Minnesota Co-sponsors: Rainier Agility Team; Flat-Coated Retriever Foundation; Anonymous; Portuguese Water Dog Foundation

Description: Canine hemangiosarcoma is a common and highly fatal cancer in dogs. Recent evidence suggests that populations of cancer stem cells give rise to tumors, promote tumor growth and are the main culprits behind drug resistance and disease recurrence. This study examines how a protein expressed by stem cells contributes to the maintenance and survival of hemangiosarcoma stem cells.

8. Testing Strategies to Treat Drug-Resistant Hemangiosarcomas

(Web Page; Tue Dec 16 12:44:00 CST 2014)

Principal Investigator: Dr. Erin B. Dickerson, University of Minnesota Sponsors: Australian Shepherd Health & Genetics Institute, Inc, American German Shepherd Dog Charitable Foundation, Inc., Anonymous, Flat-coated Retriever Founda...

9. Controlling the Spread of Hemangiosarcoma Cells

(Web Page; Wed Aug 28 16:27:00 CDT 2013)

D13CA-400Dr. Jong Hyuk Kim, University of Minnesota, Fellowship Training Co-sponsors: Anonymous; American German Shepherd Dog Charitable Foundation, Inc.; Portuguese Water Dog Foundation; Bernese Mountain Dog Club of America

Description: Hemangiosarcoma is a common and fatal cancer that is particularly deadly to Golden Retrievers and Portuguese Water Dogs. This study examines how molecular signaling helps cancer stem cells undergo self-renewal. Investigators are evaluating the potential to control the activity of hemangiosarcoma stem cells by altering these molecular signals to slow tumor growth and to enhance sensitivity to conventional and targeted therapies.

10. Evaluating Drugs to Treat Hemangiosarcoma

(Web Page; Wed May 18 12:22:00 CDT 2016)

D08CA-050Dr. Stuart C. Helfand, Oregon State University Co-sponsors: Bernese Mountain Dog Club of America; Australian Shepherd Health and Genetics Institute (ASHGI); Blue Buffalo Foundation; Anonymous, for Chelsea “parted from me ...

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