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Clinical Trials At Upenn Vet School


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There is an ad in one of the weekly newspapers in Philadelphia, called the Philadelphia Weekly, from the UPenn School of Vet Med that lists several clinical trials for dogs.

 

Notably, they are looking for dogs with environmental allergies and atopic dermatitis for one study which is for a new drug which 'has a mechanism of action differenct from that of other conventional therapies'.

 

They are also enrolling dogs with bone cancer in a new trial aimed at managing pain and loss of function. 'Dogs with a bone tumor in one leg whose owners are seeking an alternative to amputation will be considered for enrollment'.

 

They have additional trials in pulmonary hypertension, diabetes, bladder cancer as well as other forms of cancer.

 

For more information, go to their website:

 

http://www.vet.upenn.edu/departments/csp/r...linical_trials/

 

 

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There is an ad in one of the weekly newspapers in Philadelphia, called the Philadelphia Weekly, from the UPenn School of Vet Med that lists several clinical trials for dogs.

 

Notably, they are looking for dogs with environmental allergies and atopic dermatitis for one study which is for a new drug which 'has a mechanism of action differenct from that of other conventional therapies'.

 

They are also enrolling dogs with bone cancer in a new trial aimed at managing pain and loss of function. 'Dogs with a bone tumor in one leg whose owners are seeking an alternative to amputation will be considered for enrollment'.

 

They have additional trials in pulmonary hypertension, diabetes, bladder cancer as well as other forms of cancer.

 

For more information, go to their website:

 

http://www.vet.upenn.edu/departments/csp/r...linical_trials/

thanks for the PM I am checking it out!

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