If this Cancer Vaccine Works For Dogs, It May Work For Humans

11894643_847339358684502_7313044140008463783_oAs my husband Mark Mamula at Yale and Dr. Gerald Post atThe Veterinary Cancer Center in Norwalk, Connecticut continue on with their very important canine cancer trials they are enrolling dogs in another clinical trial and have until Aug 31 to enroll 5 -10 more dogs. We lost our lab, Savannah Jane to cancer. If this works for our dogs…this will start human trials for breast and colon cancer. My sister and first cousin have battled breast cancer and numerous friends.

Hearing that your dog has been diagnosed with cancer is devastating. There are so many questions, but one of the first is, “What can we do?” If your dog has been diagnosed with lymphoma, you do have options. A new targeted therapy is now available. For more information, please visit:http://www.vcchope.org/resource-center/791 or call The Veterinary Cancer Center at 203-838-6626

Contact the center today if your dog has recently been diagnosed with lymphoma, we are enrolling dogs in a new study that may provide a valuable option for you and your dog. For more information, please visit:http://www.vcchope.org/resource-center/791 or call The Veterinary Cancer Center at 203-838-6626