"It worked like a charm for Remy. The dog was cancer-free after one treatment. 'It's really exciting to be part of that, to think that her results and her reaction and everything with her is eventually to be used in humans. It's a wonderful thing,' Yoder said with pride."
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If your dog has recently been diagnosed with cancer, HylaPharm has a drug in clinical trials that might be able to help.
Contact Jerome Adams at: [email protected] or call 913-213-3028 for more information if you think your dog could be a candidate.
Doctors are testing a new cancer treatment developed by University of Kansas Cancer Center on dogs. Early successes show it may eliminate the need for chemotherapy in certain cases for humans.