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Stories featured in the media about the Clinical Trials Office

An experimental cancer treatment cured this dog. Could it work for people?

Our pets get sick in the same way we do. Finding cures for them is proving useful for us, too.

Read More at Boston Globe Magazine

Promising Experimental Drug Treating Dogs With Cancer

A clinical drug trial for lymphoma in dogs, currently enrolling at Cummings School, has shown promising results in the treatment of the disease. Drs. Cheryl London and Abbey Sadowski were interviewed for this story about how the treatment helped one local dog and how it might have the potential to help advance treatment of the disease in animals and humans.

Read more at WBZ-TV (CBS Boston)

Featured Stories about Clinical Trials

Paying it Forward

When Denali was diagnosed with a progressed case of osteosarcoma just before his 10th birthday, owner Art Clough did not hesitate to act. The Chocolate lab’s only chance of survival was to enroll in a clinical trial, according to his primary care veterinarian. With no time to waste, he was rushed to Foster Hospital for Small Animals.

On the Front Lines of Cancer Care

Go behind the scenes at our small-animal hospital to meet the clinicians, clients, and pets helping advance how we treat the disease.

Better Together

How Cheryl London, V90, and clinicians at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center are breaking down silos in cancer research to speed new cures for pets and people.

New clinical trials seek treatments for canine cancers, may offer clues on human cancers

Trials for osteosarcoma and solid tumors enrolling at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center at Tufts University for eligible canine candidates GRAFTON, Mass. (Oct. 11, 2018)—Two studies into deadly cancers in dogs are now underway, offered through the newly formed Clinical Trials Office at Cummings Veterinary Medical Center at Tufts University. Dogs with spontaneous osteosarcoma, as well as …

Cheryl London Appointed to Named Professorship

Cummings School researcher focuses on comparative oncology and improving cancer treatment in both pets and people Cheryl London, V90, a research professor at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine and Tufts University School of Medicine, has been appointed the Anne Engen and Dusty Professor in Comparative Oncology. London’s work bridges clinical and laboratory studies in comparative …

Catching Every Cancer Cell

A veterinary surgeon tests an experimental imaging technology with help from Tufts at Tech.

Promising Experimental Drug Treating Dogs With Cancer

WBZ-TV (CBS Boston) A clinical drug trial for lymphoma in dogs, currently enrolling at Cummings School, has shown promising results in the treatment of the disease. Drs. Cheryl London and Abbey Sadowski were interviewed for this story about how the treatment helped one local dog and how it might have the potential to help advance …

Demystifying Veterinary Clinical Trials

A veterinary oncologist explains the ins and outs of experimental studies.

ALS Treatment for Dogs Could Benefit Human Patients

Researchers at Cummings School are working with leading ALS experts at University of Massachusetts Medical School to try to identify new therapies to treat Canine Degenerative Myelopathy, the dog version of ALS. In this NBC Boston story, researchers from Cummings talk about a current canine clinical trial and highlight one of the patients who is enrolled, Greta the boxer.

On The Horizon: How dogs may help fight bone cancer

A multitude of potential advances are ON THE HORIZON in the field of cancer research, as reported by Susan Spencer