Researchers are studying whether exposure to chemical pollutants, including herbicides, is linked to the development of lymphoma in golden retrievers.
Displaying 1 - 7 of 58 Results
Researchers are creating tools to estimate fracture risk in giant-breed dogs with osteosarcoma as well as evaluating a novel method to stabilize the affected bone.
Researchers will explore the link between three cell markers and mammary cancer with the hope of improving early diagnostics for dogs.
Researchers will collect preliminary bench-top data on a novel oncolytic therapy for equine sarcoid tumors using a genetically modified virus that infects and breaks down cancer cells but not normal cells.
Researchers will use serum samples from dogs enrolled in the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study to look for early markers of lymphoma before overt disease.
Researchers will evaluate the safety and effectiveness of a promising new treatment for oral squamous cell carcinoma, a devastating feline oral cancer.
Researchers will investigate a novel nanoparticle system to deliver chemotherapy drugs directly to osteosaroma tumors, the most common bone cancer in dogs.