Canine Osteosarcoma Mainstream Research Archives

Dr. Cheryl London

Canine osteosarcomas (K9 OSAs) are similar to human bone cancers in development and treatment response. So using dogs to study naturally occurring cancers and translational medicine may well give some lucky dogs (pardon the expression) a leg up!

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Cassidy's New Leg

Since some dogs with osteosarcoma (K9 OSA) are not candidates for amputation and current limb-sparing surgery may involve complications, clinical trials for new free-form limbspare implant designs are projected at North Carolina State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine.

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Canine osteosarcoma studies underway with Palladia, FDA approved drug for mast cell cancerous tumors in dogs.

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Dr. Laurel Williams

Current research is underway at the NC State VTH for dogs with bone cancer. Owners or veterinarians interested in either of the two studies can call the study coordinator.

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