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evaluated by the facility's oncology service, and had a histologically confirmed diagnosis of anal gland adenocarcinoma, sarcoma, oral SCC, oral melanoma, nasal SCC, or digital SCC were considered for enrollment. Dogs with metastatic cancers were excluded

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vaccinate group at 5 specialty oncology practices in various geographic locations in the United States. These included Animal Medical Center, New York; North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Raleigh, NC; Southwest Veterinary Oncology

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management of TCC of the trigone and proximal portion of the urethra in dogs. Procedures All dogs enrolled in the study were referred to the Oncology-Internal Medicine Referral Service from 1999 to 2001 for evaluation of recurrent hematuria. Dogs with

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History An 8-year-old 22.8-kg (50.2-lb) castrated male German Wirehaired Pointer was examined at the Department of Oncology of the Animal Health Trust for restaging 3 months after incomplete surgical resection of a large hepatocellular

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given on the basis of each individual dog's response to the previous treatment and the owner's financial commitment. When possible, toxicoses were graded on the basis of criteria established by the Veterinary Cooperative Oncology Group. 11 Toxicoses

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MacEwan EG , eds. Small animal clinical oncology . 3rd ed. New York : WB Saunders Co , 2001 ; 283 – 304 . 2. Mauldin GN . Soft tissue sarcomas . Vet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract 1997 ; 27 : 139 – 148 . 3. Bostock DE Dye MT

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. Criteria for Selection of Cases Medical records of cats with CMCTs treated with strontium 90 β irradiation at Veterinary Oncology Specialties in Pacifica, Calif, from 1992 to 2002 were reviewed. Cats with single or multiple CMCTs that were treated with

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Oncology, Chicago, Ill. The authors declare that there were no conflicts of interest. The authors thank Rachel Bloomfield, RTT, for assistance in data collection. ABBREVIATIONS CI Confidence interval DSS Disease-specific survival time GTV

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VGC Viral genome copy vGPCR Viral G-protein coupled receptor a. Hayward G, Viral Oncology Program, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md: Unpublished data, 2009. b. QIAamp Blood Mini DNA Kit, QIAGEN Inc, Hilden, Germany. c. Buffer AE

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