Current Clinical Trials

Our clinical trials program is one of the largest in veterinary oncology and is supported by seven dedicated staff members. Annually, the program manages an average of 30 clinical trials to study more effective therapies for a variety of cancer types including, osteosarcoma, lymphoma, soft tissue sarcoma, and brain tumors. The following trials are currently enrolling patients. For more information, please contact the clinical trials service at (970) 297-4001 or email csuoncologytrials@colostate.edu.

In general, to participate in one of our clinical trials, patients must be treated at our facility, but will go home after each appointment, unless the protocol dictates otherwise. Most families who participate in our clinical trials live within 150 miles of Fort Collins or are willing to travel or temporarily relocate for the period of the study.

Clinical trials related to pet cancer are conducted throughout the United States. If you do not live close enough to participate in one of our trials, please visit AVMA to search for trials in your area.

  • Cancer Type

  • Species

  • Treatment Type

Dogs Scheduled to Receive Doxorubicin Chemotherapy

Canine
Canine Lymphoma
Canine Osteosarcoma
Carcinoma (other)
Histiocytic Sarcoma
Nasal Carcinoma
Oral Melanoma
Other
Sarcoma (other)
Soft Tissue Sarcoma

COTC031: Novel Immune Therapy for Dogs with Lymphoma or Solid Tumors

Canine
Canine Lymphoma
Carcinoma (other)
Histiocytic Sarcoma
Oral Melanoma
Sarcoma (other)
Soft Tissue Sarcoma

Combination Trametinib and Sapanisertib Clinical Trial Pilot Study for Canine Malignant Neoplasia

Canine
Carcinoma (other)
Histiocytic Sarcoma
Oral Melanoma
Other
Sarcoma (other)
Soft Tissue Sarcoma

COTC033: Repurposing Vaccine Immunity to Treat Cancers: Validation in Canine Patients

Canine
Carcinoma (other)
Histiocytic Sarcoma
Oral Melanoma
Sarcoma (other)
Soft Tissue Sarcoma

COTC027: Preclinical Comparison of Two Hypomethylating Nucleosides in Tumor-Bearing Dogs

Canine
Canine Lymphoma
Carcinoma (other)
Histiocytic Sarcoma
Oral Melanoma

Oral Melanoma Study in Dogs

Canine
Oral Melanoma

The Evaluation of Adaptation Time in Dogs Undergoing Limb Amputation

Canine
Canine Osteosarcoma
Carcinoma (other)
Histiocytic Sarcoma
Mast Cell Tumor
Other
Sarcoma (other)
Soft Tissue Sarcoma

One Cure for pets and people with cancer

Funding for our clinical trials program comes from generous donors to our One Cure initiative. One Cure’s founding principle is that cancer affects all creatures, and that treatment breakthroughs come through collaboration between scientists and doctors who are working with both pets and people. One Cure’s goal is to raise awareness and monetary support for clinical trials and comparative oncology research.

Your gift supports the search for better treatment options for pets and people with cancer.

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