Researchers will conduct a clinical trial investigating the safety and anticancer effectiveness of trametinib, a drug to treat companion dogs with aggressive cancers.
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Researchers will evaluate the potential of a novel drug derived from the feverfew plant to treat rapidly fatal canine cancers.
Researchers will evaluate a novel imaging method to help diagnose the spread of cancer to lymph nodes in malignant head and neck tumors in dogs.
Researchers are tackling critical first steps toward the development of a vaccine against two contagious facial cancers in Tasmanian devils.
Researchers will study metabolic irregularities associated with osteosarcoma that may contribute to disease progression, chemotherapy resistance and cancer spread.
Researchers will investigate the effectiveness of combining radiation therapy with an immune-stimulating agent to help slow the spread of osteosarcoma, the most common bone tumor in dogs.
Researchers will investigate the validity of a novel diagnostic test for the early detection of urothelial carcinoma, also known as transitional cell carcinoma, the most common urinary tract cancer in dogs.