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Course Notes: Oncology I 2009

This page is for the Oncology I 2009 course participants.

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by Gillian Dank:

1. Canine Lymphoma

2. Feline Lymphoma

3. Histiocytic Diseases

4. Oncologic Emergencies

5. Paraneoplastic Syndromes

by Nicole Northrup:

1. Cancer Diagnostics

2. Managing Complications of Chemotherapy Script

3. New Treatments in Veterinary Oncology

4. Introduction in Radiation Therapy

5. Surgical Oncology

6. Targeted Cancer Therapies

Veterinary Journal Articles:

1. Efficacy of Temozolomide or Dacarbazine in Combination with an Anthracycline for Rescue Chemotherapy in Dogs with Lymphoma

2. Actinomycin D as Rescue Therapy in Dogs with Relapsed or Resistant Lymphoma: 49 Cases (1999–2006)

3. Evaluation of a High-Dose Chemotherapy Protocol with No Maintenance Therapy for Dogs with Lymphoma

4. Evaluation of a Discontinuous Treatment Protocol (VELCAP-S) for Canine Lymphoma

5. Evaluation of a 6-Month Chemotherapy Protocol with No Maintenance Therapy for Dogs with Lymphoma

6. MOPP Chemotherapy for Treatment of Resistant Lymphoma in Dogs: A Retrospective Study of 117 Cases (1989–2000)

7. Treatment of Dogs with Lymphoma Using a 12-Week, Maintenance-Free Combination Chemotherapy Protocol

8. Dexamethasone, Melphalan, Actinomycin D, Cytosine Arabinoside (DMAC) Protocol for Dogs with Relapsed Lymphoma

9. A Combination Chemotherapy Protocol with Dose Intensification and Autologous Bone Marrow Transplant (VELCAP-HDC) for Canine Lymphoma

10. Combination Chemotherapy with L-Asparaginase, Lomustine, and Prednisone for Relapsed or Refractory Canine Lymphoma

11. Comparison of COAP and UW-19 Protocols for Dogs with Multicentric Lymphoma

12. Comparison of 3 Protocols for Treatment after Induction of Remission in Dogs with Lymphoma

13. Combination of CCNU and DTIC Chemotherapy for Treatment of Resistant Lymphoma in Dogs


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