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Trial Summary

A minimum of 13 dogs with spontaneous tumors will be treated with modified anaerobic bacteria. Treated dogs will be monitored closely after treatment with follow-up required 3, 5, 8 and 15 days post treatment. While the patient remains on study, there will also be rechecks after 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, 9 months, 12 months, and 24 months from the initial treatment.

Trial Support and Funding

Study drug, diagnostic tests, and follow-up exams will be paid for by the study sponsor. In the event that side effects are attributed to the study drug, the study will pay for medical management of the side effects.

:) For more information please feel free to post comments, ask questions, or visit animalci.com :)
 

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Trial Summary

A minimum of 13 dogs with spontaneous tumors will be treated with modified anaerobic bacteria. Treated dogs will be monitored closely after treatment with follow-up required 3, 5, 8 and 15 days post treatment. While the patient remains on study, there will also be rechecks after 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, 9 months, 12 months, and 24 months from the initial treatment.

Trial Support and Funding

Study drug, diagnostic tests, and follow-up exams will be paid for by the study sponsor. In the event that side effects are attributed to the study drug, the study will pay for medical management of the side effects.

:) For more information please feel free to post comments, ask questions, or visit animalci.com :)
Who is the study sponsor, please?
 

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Due to confidentiality reasons. We are not at liberty to disclose who the sponsor exactly is because this is a public forum.

As a pet owner, participating in a clinical trial provides you with an opportunity to help your pet when conventional treatment options are either not effective or not accessible. Your participation may provide immediate benefits for your pet and will provide more effective treatments in the future for other pets with serious diseases. We have a vast network of veterinarians that we work with.

An ACI network veterinarian will determine on a case-by-case basis whether entering your pet into a clinical trial is in the best interest of you and your pet.

Should you have questions please feel free to email us directly at [email protected] You may also email the study coordinator who is in charge of this membership at [email protected]
 
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