Review paper

Improving human cancer therapy through the evaluation of pet dogs

Volume: 20, Issue: 12, Pages: 727 - 742
Published: Sep 15, 2020
Abstract
Comparative oncology clinical trials play an important and growing role in cancer research and drug development efforts. These trials, typically conducted in companion (pet) dogs, allow assessment of novel anticancer agents and combination therapies in a veterinary clinical setting that supports serial biologic sample collections and exploration of dose, schedule and corresponding pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic relationships. Further, an intact...
Paper Details
Title
Improving human cancer therapy through the evaluation of pet dogs
Published Date
Sep 15, 2020
Volume
20
Issue
12
Pages
727 - 742
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