Canine Glioma Vaccine

Patient Disease:

Canine Glioma

Study Name:

Canine Brain Tumor Vaccine Clinical Trial

Purpose of the study:

  • Evaluation of preliminary tumor response to vaccine that targets cancer stem cells as well as vaccine tolerability

Primary Eligibility Criteria:

  • Dogs with glioma type tumors based on MRI characteristics

  • Patients must still be in overall good health and stable condition

  • Not dependent on prednisone to control clinical signs

  • Seizures (if occurring) must be controlled with anti-convulsant medication

  • Measureable disease present and visible on MRI

Study Protocol:

  • Pre-enrollment screening: physical/neurological exam, blood tests, MRI of the brain

  • Needle biopsy to confirm glioma diagnosis

  • Vaccination, physical exam, study blood sampling every other week for 6 treatments then monthly boosters

  • Follow up MRI scans at 6th vaccine treatment and then every 3 months

Owner Responsibilities:

  • You are responsible for initial screening tests (consultation/physical exam, blood and urine tests, MRI of brain)

  • You are expected to make and keep all appointments associated with the study

Financial Incentives:

  • Study covers all costs related to the trial

  • Up to $500 is available for treatment of vaccine-related adverse events


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