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Search results for 'osteosarcoma vaccine' (121)

…know it, super exciting! Thank you for sharing here.

We recently had the honor of sitting in on a member whose Greyhound got the Osteosarcoma vaccine last week at a clinic in Las Vegas. Also got to interview her oncologist, it was exciting to hear all the latest developments. Watch for this story

12 March 2018 10:38 am
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11 March 2018 8:05 pm
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… just some absorbable sutures causing trouble. He's on an antibiotic so that should help keep it from getting worse.  She did talk to me about the Osteosarcoma vaccine - that maybe we could get Gus on it (even tho he's not doing chemo). She's going to talk to the local university oncology dept about it (I took

17 February 2018 7:53 am
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Just a mini update on Lindt: He's doing great! Back to his regular self. He started chemo 2 weeks ago and was enrolled in a clinical trial for a osteosarcoma vaccine. Other than that he's doing great!

22 January 2018 4:48 am
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…guys I have a short list of places who will be participating in the extended field study for the Osteosarcoma vaccine... I only asked for places along the NE and SE coast.  Whoever finds more places please share here:

1. Blue Pearl Veterinary, Tampa FL

2.

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…is a new amputee... he had surgery on Dec 22nd, was diagnosed Dec 15th. We are planning to do chemo then follow with the osteosarcoma vaccine ( the university in town is doing a clinical trial as well).

The past few days has had its ups and downs... the first day after surgery

25 December 2017 6:52 pm
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…December 20, 2017, Aratana released the osteosarcoma vaccine under Conditional Licensure.  Call their Customer Service Dept. for a veterinary office near you to receive the drug.  1-844-ARATANA - good

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…last, potentially wonderful news - the osteosarcoma vaccine that was being tested at UPenn (AT-014) is now being manufactured by Aratana and they just received conditional licensure by the USDA a few days

…. It is what it is.

All of the sweet pups on this website - none of them deserve this diagnosis. I hope that sometime soon they can find a good osteosarcoma vaccine that works, so that everyone gets more than 6 months or 12 months or however many months, because it's never long enough.

At any rate, I put

22 July 2017 2:00 pm
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…into it.

I agree about the vaccine, I wish it was out now. From what I learned at AAHA (http://tripawds.....kthroughs/), the Her2/neu osteosarcoma vaccine is still being used in clinical trials. What universities did you talk to?

13 February 2017 8:18 pm
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…Sasha the Bulldog participated in, is leading the way.

Dr. Mason's vaccine work is explained in more detail in this PDF but in short the Her2/neu osteosarcoma vaccine has shown remarkable survival rates for dogs who have already been diagnosed with osteosarcoma and underwent limb amputation and chemotherapy. Here…

…survival rate!

Thanks to the generosity of pet parents who participated in this clinical trial for Dr. Mason's work, 67% of those 18 dogs in the osteosarcoma vaccine study reached the two year survival milestone!

Dr. Mason is also currently studying how to help dogs who aren't good candidates for amputation,…

… by combining the osteosarcoma vaccine with traditional palliative radiation therapy. The goal is to see if the vaccine can affect the primary osteosarcoma tumor. It's looking very…

…we had the honor of briefly meeting Drs. Mason and Ehrhart. They are such brilliant, groundbreaking scientists! When Dr. Ehrhart discussed the osteosarcoma vaccine and said “This is the first time I've had this much hope,” our hearts soared with joy! Thanks to the dedication of these awesome veterinarians and

…great news story about Dr. Mason's osteosarcoma vaccine study aired on CNN in February. CNN won't let us embed the video so you'll have to click on the link to watch, but it's worth it!

20 July 2015 9:40 am
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…. Not all heart murmurs are explained by heart disease. Perhaps its the same as for dogs. The EKG will tell you more.

Interesting about the osteosarcoma vaccine. I also hope it is the answer for all of those dogs suffering from this wicked cancer.

Kerren and Tripawd Kitty Mona (one year today!)

12 June 2015 5:46 pm
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…to do an EKG next month to see if medication can slow it).  Can dogs live for a long time with a murmur?

We are also so excited to hear that the osteosarcoma vaccine can be here as early as the end of this year.  We want this so badly for any chance he has to be here with us.  Any help/info is greatly

12 June 2015 1:24 pm
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Mara finished her last chemo treatment on Thursday!  Yay!!!  Unfortunately her tumor is Her2 negative, so she doesn't qualify for the Osteosarcoma vaccine study at Penn State.  However they did say that often Her2 negative tumors are less aggressive, so we are hopeful.  The Irish Wolfhound Foundation

…to the chiropractor just to make sure everything is okay with our back and neck.  I am still waiting to see if she qualifies for the Penn State osteosarcoma vaccine, but if she is, we are going there in the middle of June.  Next Monday will be Mara's 6th birthday!!!!  A birthday she definitely would not have

26 March 2014 7:56 pm
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…cystitis would increase with time, as liver and bladder are subjected to the drugs for longer.

Saw a post last night about a clinical trial for an osteosarcoma vaccine, got info today. Blumi might actually qualify, but they need dogs to travel to Penn U two or three times, which I am not able to do. So will start

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