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Am J Vet Res. 1975 Oct;36(10):1525-8.

Chemotherapy for canine lymphosarcoma.


Twenty dogs with naturally occurring lymphosarcoma were histologically diagnosed, clinically staged, and treated with combinations of drugs, including corticosteroids, alkylating agents, plant alkaloids and antimetabolities. Clinical response was categorized as complete, partial, or unsatisfactory. Of the 20 dogs, 17 responded to the chemotherapy completely or partially, with a mean objective remission duration of 104.8 days. The mean survival time for 19 dogs was 211.5 days, whereas the mean survival time for 16 dogs which responded completely or partially was 233.7 days.

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