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  • Dogs with bone tumors (osteosarcoma)
    This study will evaluate if orally administered rapamycin following Standard of Care improves long-term disease control in dogs with osteosarcoma.
  • Clinical Trial for Dogs with Cancer
    This study will evaluate the activity of an investigational drug given to dogs that have not yet been treated or have failed chemotherapy.
  • Cheryl London - TEDxOhioStateUniversity
    Dr. Cheryl London talks about clinical trials in pets, and how they are more useful when adapting cancer treatments to humans.
  • Clinical Trials in Veterinary Medicine
    Learn about the purpose of clinical trials, benefits, risks, impact in humane medicine and more in this video.

New Trials

Protein in the urine (proteinuria) is common in dogs and causes further damage to the kidneys. This study aims to determine whether the standard drugs used to treat proteinuria can completely suppress one of the hormones involved in kidney regulation, and whether lack of complete suppression affects the amount of proteinuria.
Syringomyelia (SM) is a painful neurological problem which causes neuropathic pain (NP) behaviors such as scratching, face rubbing, and intermittent vocalizations in affected dogs. Pain management of SM-NP is currently limited by the lack of objective ways to assess severity of pain in dogs with the condition. The long-term goal of our group is to improve the diagnosis and management of neuropathic pain in dogs.
The results of this research should allow us to determine whether the new antigen receptor gene annotation and new computational techniques we have developed are suitable to accurately identify clonal expansions of lymphocytes in dogs with naturally occurring lymphoma and leukemia.  

Pet Heroes

Keela is one of our wonderful Pet Heroes! She was diagnosed with osteosarcoma 8 months ago, and she is participating in one of our clinical trials.