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veterinary oncology, where patients cannot self-report AEs related to cancer or its treatment, the burden of perceiving and reporting these events is shouldered by the animal caregiver (ie, pet owner). A somewhat similar situation exists in human oncology

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—gives most dogs with advanced metastatic disease only a few additional months of life. “We are good at shrinking the primary tumor, but once it has spread our treatment options become very limited,” says Dr. Tim Fan, director of the Comparative Oncology

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management A single institution retrospective study was performed at a university-based veterinary teaching hospital in North America. Institutional animal care and use committee approval was not required. Oncology accession logs were searched for dogs with

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practice such as surgery, cardiology, neurology, and oncology, among others, 7 for the purpose of providing specialized, state-of-the-art care. With the advent and proliferation of readily accessible emergency clinics and specialty hospitals, in addition

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conditional approval versus substantial evidence of effectiveness (SEE) for full approval. To date, oncology drugs have made up many of the companion animal drugs conditionally approved under section 571 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA), 2

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. Mullin C , Clifford CA . Miscellaneous tumors . In: Vail DM , Thamm DH , Liptak JM , eds. Withrow and MacEwen’s Small Animal Clinical Oncology . 6th ed . Elsevier ; 2020 : 773 – 810 . 21. Wendelburg KM , Price LL , Burgess

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veterinary oncology service personnel understand the communication expectations of clients. Greater awareness may not only enhance the ability to successfully negotiate encounters with clients but also provide more focused clinical care, 6 best serving the

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oncology, wherein the unpredictability of both cancer and response to treatment precipitates ongoing uncertainty. 40 Shedding light on the information expectations of clients would provide oncology services an opportunity to augment communication

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intervention. Additionally, access to certain imaging modalities may be limited in some care settings, and evaluation by imaging may require sedation or anesthesia, posing risks to the patient. In human oncology, next-generation sequencing-based (NGS

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inflammation and metastasis to the regional lymph nodes are common. 3 Other metastatic sides include the peritoneum, lungs, and liver. 7 The pathogenesis of intestinal ACA is complex. Comparative pathology and oncology studies encompassing humans and animal

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