March 31, 2017

Number of Feline Cancer Trials Should Increase in the Future

Heather Wilson-Robles, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology), associate professor in the veterinary medicine and biomedical sciences department at Texas A&M University, believes the number of feline clinical trials will change in the future dependent on the interest there is in certain feline cancers.


Heather Wilson-Robles, DVM, DACVIM (Oncology), associate professor in the veterinary medicine and biomedical sciences department at Texas A&M University, believes the number of feline clinical trials will change in the future dependent on the interest there is in certain feline cancers.

Many cancers can be easily managed as chronic diseases, so it is hard to want to do a lot of research in this area. But for other, more difficult diseases, Wilson-Robles says she thinks there will be an increase in feline trials. 
 

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