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  • Dr. Cheryl London on Fox's Good Day Marketplace
    Dr. London speaking about veterinary clinical trials being an important part of the puzzle to help move the medical field forward.
  • Dogs and Cats With Kidney Disease
    If your dog or cat has kidney disease, they could participate in one of our clinical trials and become a "Pet Hero"
  • Dogs With Dry Eye
    The objective of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of an investigational drug in dogs with dry eye.
  • Cats with bladder stones
    The purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of a new diet specially formulated to dissolve struvite stones in the bladders of cats.
  • 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

The proposed study will identify the efficacy of corticosteroids steroids in reducing microscopic mast cell tumor (MCT) tumor burden.  We seek new, evidence-based guidelines for the treatment of MCT, such as smaller surgical margin size, which could reduce the complications associated with surgery.
This project will provide a foundation for the understanding of cellular senescence across species as well as identify possible therapeutic targets for reducing side effects and improving outcome in dogs and humans with cancer undergoing chemotherapy
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and mechanism of action of an investigational veterinary product (IVP) that is believed to be important in the disease process of canine chronic kidney disease (CKD) and its sequelae, mineral and bone disorder (MBD). 

Pet Heroes

This handsome boy participated in a clinical trials for Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dogs with Syringomyelia, which is a painful neurological problem that causes neuropathic pain behaviors such as scratching, face rubbing, and intermittent vocalizations in affected dogs.

July 2018