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In their April 2017 newsletter, UW Veterinary Care announced the following clinical study:



The UW Veterinary Care Radiation Oncology Service is seeking dogs with osteosarcoma, the most common bone cancer in dogs and children, for a study of the effects of stereotactic radiation therapy. This new approach delivers more precisely targeted, higher doses of radiation in fewer treatments, which may provide better pain relief with fewer side effects. The study will also evaluate the effects of the treatment on the immune system, potentially helping to prolong life. For qualifying dogs that participate in the study, there is no cost for radiation therapy.

They have a number of other oncology studies, too: https://uwveterinarycare.wisc.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/April-2017-SA-Patients-Needed-for-Clinical-Studies.pdf


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