Promising Clinical Trial for Dogs with B-cell Lymphoma
Have you recently diagnosed lymphoma in a dog? Has the client declined chemotherapy or is undecided? We are enrolling dogs with B-cell lymphoma in a clinical trial investigating an oral anti-cancer medication. All diagnostic tests & treatment costs are covered in this study.
Have you recently diagnosed lymphoma in a dog? Has the client declined chemotherapy or is undecided?
The Pet Oncologist and Veterinary Specialist Services, in partnership with PharmAust Ltd, are enrolling dogs with B-cell lymphoma in a clinical trial investigating a novel oral cancer medication.
All diagnostic and treatment costs are covered in this study, with the initial consultation cost borne by the client. Participants are enrolled in the trial for a month.
Phase I & II clinical trials have shown that this drug is safe and leads to clinical benefit in dogs with treatment-naive B-cell lymphoma. Post-trial follow-ups suggest that the combination with prednisolone may be capable of at least double the life expectancy of pet dogs with B-cell lymphoma compared to treatment with prednisolone alone.
PharmAust and participating vets are currently in the process of fine-tuning the optimal dosage & looking forward to moving forward with a Phase III clinical trial to further test this drug alone & in combination with prednisolone.
Dogs may be eligible for the trial if they:
Have not been pre-treated with chemotherapy or prednisolone
Have B-cell multicentric lymphoma
Are well enough to survive the duration of the trial (4 weeks)
Weigh more than 8 kg
Interested owners can schedule to see Dr. Catherine Chan (Veterinary Oncologist) at Veterinary Specialist Services, Jindalee on 1800 442 648
For further information, please email [email protected]
For testimonials from pet owners, please visit: https://www.pharmaust.com/veterinary-trial-testimonials/