Research Update from Dr. Trepanier on genetic and environmental risks of lymphoma in Boxer dogs.
Research Update from Dr. Volk for improving outcomes of mammary gland tumor treatment with targeted therapies.
Research update from Dr. Nicola Mason to profile lymphoma and enable targeted therapy.
Research update from Dr. Breitschwerdt looking at the potential role of the Tick-Borne bacterial infection, bartonella in the initiation and/or progression of hemangiosarcoma.
Update from Dr. Lauren Trepanier’s research looking at any genetic and environmental risk for lymphoma in dogs.
Research update and the end of the first year from Dr. Matthew Breen looking at prediction of prognosis and outcome for various forms of lymphoma.
End-year 3 update of Dr. Jeffery Bryan’s research to discover biomarkers for detection, classification, and treatment of B-cell lymphoma. Progress continues in the researcher’s efforts into this population of B cell lymphomas similar to the aggressive form seen in humans.
The vision “to create a world where we no longer fear cancer” drives the work of Dr. Jaime Modiano and his colleagues in the Animal Cancer Care and Research Program of the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine. The “Shine On” study represents a turning point in their efforts to achieve this vision, by finding a way to prevent hemangiosarcoma, an aggressive, malignant tumor of blood vessel cells, in dogs.
Update from the first year of work on MAF co-sponsored project D16CA-056, Measuring chemotherapy drug resistance in dogs with T-cell lymphoma; Paul R. Hess, DVM, PhD, North Carolina State University.
Progress update on Modiano’s research to prevent to hemangiosarcoma. This update provides information on progress mid year 1 of this exciting project.