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Clinical Trials for Canine Lymphoma

October 8th, 2014 · 3 Comments

Information regarding two open clinical trials for canine lymphoma can be found at:

www.animalci.com/trials/t-chomp

ACI is currently enrolling cases in a nationwide clinical trial to evaluate a monoclonal antibody (AT-005) 
that is conditionally licensed by the USDA to aid in the treatment of dogs with lymphoma. The study is designed to assess the benefit of adding AT-005 to a multi-agent chemotherapy protocol for dogs with intermediate to high grade T-cell lymphoma.

www.animalci.com/trials/t-lab

ACI is currently enrolling cases in a nationwide clinical trial to evaluate a monoclonal antibody (AT-005) that is conditionally licensed by the USDA to aid in the treatment of dogs with lymphoma. The study is designed to assess the benefit of adding AT-005 to a single-agent CCNU chemotherapy protocol for dogs with intermediate to high grade T-cell lymphoma.

Tags: Lymphoma

3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 lorna // Feb 23, 2015 at 10:22 am

    My 6 year old Australian shepherd dog has
    t-cell lymphoma in the uk please can you help

    thank you kind regards LORNA

  • 2 Matthew // May 23, 2015 at 6:38 pm

    My dog has been diagnosed with cancer. The samples were inconclusive but they say its lymphoma or thynoma. He is going to turn 9 in about a month. Just the other week he was running and playing, now hes limpin and uncomfortable from the mass in his chest. Im told if we give him steriods he could have anywhere from 2-5 months.. if he reacts to the chemo i could get about a year. Can anyone please help me ?

    Please pray for my boy Zeus. Thank You

  • 3 A.J // Feb 29, 2016 at 1:30 am

    My dog A.J has lymphoma. My vet can put him on Chemo medication which will cost $400.00 a month which will give him another year. I just cannot afford this . Please can advise me where and if there is any help for A.J out there. Right not he is not eating and in a great deal of discomfort.

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