Pet dogs spontaneously develop lymphoma. An anthracycline-based multidrug chemotherapy regimen represents the treatment cornerstone; however, cure is rarely achieved. We have been treating dogs with B-cell lymphoma with an autologous vaccine (APAVAC®) and CHOP-based chemotherapy since 2011.

Opportunities and challenges of active immunotherapy in dogs with B-cell lymphoma: a 5-year experience in two veterinary oncology centers

Marconato, Laura;Stefanello, Damiano;Sabattini, Silvia
2019

Abstract

Pet dogs spontaneously develop lymphoma. An anthracycline-based multidrug chemotherapy regimen represents the treatment cornerstone; however, cure is rarely achieved. We have been treating dogs with B-cell lymphoma with an autologous vaccine (APAVAC®) and CHOP-based chemotherapy since 2011.
2019
Marconato, Laura; Aresu, Luca; Stefanello, Damiano; Comazzi, Stefano; Martini, Valeria; Ferrari, Roberta; Riondato, Fulvio; Rouquet, Nicole; Frayssinet, Patrick; Sabattini, Silvia
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