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Clinical Trials

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Clinical trials are research studies used in all specialties of medicine to evaluate new types of treatment for diseases. They are a vital component of research as they allow new drugs or procedures to be evaluated in patients with the disease for which the new treatment is intended. Most importantly, they are the best way to find treatments that may be more effective and/or have less side effects.

Along with the standard treatment options for animals and people diagnosed with cancer, there may be clinical trials available for which the patient may qualify.

In an effort to advance the treatment of cancer in animals as well as people, the Flint Animal Cancer Center at Colorado State University has many ongoing clinical trials. In addition, we have assembled a special team to help people understand the language and requirements of clinical research trials. Our goal is to give you a thorough understanding of our clinical trials, explain the specific advantages and requirements for you and your pet, and provide compassionate care throughout the treatment period.

Below you will find brief summaries of the clinical trials for which we are accepting patients. The studies are listed in no particular order. Described for each clinical trial is the purpose of the study, the patient entry criteria, the responsibilities of the pet owners, and any financial incentives that may apply. In general, the visits for these studies must take place at the Flint Animal Cancer Center at Colorado State University. 

Because the topic of clinical trials is often confusing, we have assembled a list of clinical trial FAQs

You can also read testimonials from owners whose pets have participated in our clinical trials.

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Looking for the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study?

Thanks for your interest. We are a proud partner with the Morris Animal Foundation for this important research. We are excited to report that enrollment in this study is complete! For more information please visit the Morris Animal Foundation’s Canine Lifetime Health project.

Ongoing Clinical Trials

 
  Canine Osteosarcoma
    Biomarkers of Toceranib Benefit in Dogs with Pulmonary Metastatic Osteosarcoma  
    Open-Label, Phase-2 Trial of NV-01 for Pain Palliation in Dogs with Osteosarcoma  
       
  Canine Mast Cell Tumors
    AB1010/Masitinib Phase 3 Trial in Canine Mast Cell Tumors  
       
  Canine Lymphoma
    COTC007b: Expanded Evaluation of an Indenoisoquinoline Candidate in Dogs with Lymphoma  
    Efficacy of TANOVEA (Rabacfosadine for Injection) in Dogs with relapsed B cell Lymphoma (VC-008)  
    Development of a Histopathologic and Flow Cytometric Subclassification System in Canine Lymphoma  
    EZN-3042 in Canine Lymphoma  
       
  Canine Primary Lung Tumors
    Photodynamic Therapy for Canine Lung Tumors  
     
  Canine Soft Tissue Sarcoma
    Oncolytic Poxvirus Therapy for Soft Tissue Sarcoma in Dogs – Pilot Safety Study  
     
  Canine Transitional Cell Carcinoma
    Evaluation of DAB389EGF for Canine TCC of the Bladder  
     
  Malignant Melanoma
    TBI-4000 Vaccine in Canine Melanoma  
     
  Multiple Tumor Types
    VDC-597 for Treatment of Canine Malignant Neoplasia  
    Dasatinib Phase 1 Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics in Dogs  
    Sentinel Lymph Node Detection Study for any malignant tumor of the head or neck  
    Pilot, Open Label, phase-1 Study of svL4 in dogs with any tumor type  
     

If you have further questions about any of our clinical trials, Please either login or sign up to submit a consulting form. Your consult will then be directed to an appropriate oncology clinician. Requests are typically returned within 2 business days