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clinical veterinary oncology research, especially because it “emphasizes pet-centered domains such as vitality and companionship (rather than clinical signs of illness).” 1 As the authors point out, when the questionnaire was being developed, “interviews

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and MacEwen's small animal clinical oncology . 5th ed. St Louis : Elsevier Saunders , 2013 ; 157 – 179 . 3. Burton JH . Chemotherapy for the feline cancer patient . In: Little SE , ed. The cat: clinical medicine and management . St

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. Gordon Theilen, pioneer of oncology, dies at 92 . J Am Vet Med Assoc 2020 ; 257 : 585 . Rethinking feline coronavirus infection outcomes Feline coronavirus (FCoV) is a common pathogen of domestic and nondomestic felids. Although most cats

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frontier in translational research. Lili Duda, VMD , MBE , DACVR John R. Lewis, VMD , DAVDC Sarah H. Kagan, PhD , RN Sydney M. Evans, VMD , MS Comparative Oncology Working Group, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa 1. Greek

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al 1 describing allogeneic hematopoietic cell transfer in a dog with acute large granular lymphocytic (LGL) leukemia. 1 This certainly was a pioneering technical achievement in the field of veterinary oncology and translational medicine. However, we

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's small animal clinical oncology . 4th ed. St Louis : Saunders , 2007 ; 649 – 658 . 4. Arnold EJ Childress MO Fourez LM , et al. Clinical trial of vinblastine in dogs with transitional cell carcinoma of the urinary bladder . J Vet Intern

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