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Treatment of dogs with lymphoma using a 12-week, maintenance-free combination chemotherapy protocol

Simon, D.; Nolte, I.; Eberle, N.; Abbrederis, N.; Killich, M.; Hirschberger, J.

Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 20(4): 948-954

2006


ISSN/ISBN: 0891-6640
PMID: 16955821
DOI: 10.1111/j.1939-1676.2006.tb01810.x
Accession: 012709126

Background: Treatment of lymphoma in dogs by long-term chemotherapy has favorable results. However, the efficacy of short-term, maintenance-free treatment protocols on remission and survival times in dogs has not been determined. Hypothesis: That treatment using a 12-week chemotherapy protocol would be associated with satisfactory treatment outcome in dogs with lymphoma. Animals: 77 dogs with histologically or cytologically confirmed diagnosis of lymphoma.

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