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Hi All!I'm Andy McAslan, and through this channel we'll be telling the story of my journey through cancer. I have a rare blood cancer called follicular lymphma, and me and my partner Leah will be documenting the highs and lows as two young people tackle this together. Welcome to the journey!
Clinical trials in dogs at the Virginia and Maryland, Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine are helping to identify new treatments to benefit both dogs and people diagnosed with this cancer.The Animal Cancer Care and Research Center at Virginia Tech is on the cutting-edge of this research, using a new technique called Nano-Pulse Stimulation. These clinical trials in dogs are helping to identify new treatments to benefit both dogs and people diagnosed with this cancerTo enroll in this placebo-controlled study, dogs should have a confirmed diagnosis of multi-centric diffuse large B-cell lymphoma, be at least one-year-old, and weigh at least 22lbs. For more information, contact Mindy Quigley, Clinical Trials Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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