20 Apr Share Mizzou seeks canine cancer patients for clinical trials by Prakash in Canine Cancer Blog No Comments The University of Missouri’s Veterinary Health Center is seeking cancer-stricken canines to test a drug researchers hope will let dogs – and maybe someday humans – live longer. The university is running clinical trials in partnership with Tensive Controls Inc. on a medication for cachexia, a wasting syndrome that causes about one-third of cancer deaths. Cachexia occurs with advanced cancers, causes loss of appetite and can lead to multiorgan failure. …Read more at The Kansas City Star Source: The Kansas City Star Cancer in DogsCanineCanine CancerCanine Cancer ResearchDog Cancer ResearchDogs and CancerDogs with Cancer PrakashRelated Posts Pet Owners Share Heartwarming Stories Of Their Pets Final Moments by Prakash 14 Sep, 2018 in Canine Cancer Blog “From a tired, broken-hearted vet.” The sad reality of what our pets do in their final moments. by Prakash 13 Sep, 2018 in Canine Cancer Blog 7 Concerning Health Changes In Dogs To Look Out For As They Get Older by Prakash 7 Sep, 2018 in Canine Cancer Blog Meet Hooch, Mast Cell Survivor! by Prakash 4 Sep, 2018 in Canine Cancer Blog Fundraiser takes on 11 triathlons for canine cancer research, in memory of beloved family pet by Prakash 3 Sep, 2018 in Canine Cancer Blog OSU Tests New Canine Cancer Treatment by Prakash 24 Aug, 2018 in Canine Cancer Blog Post A Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.