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Veterinarian presents novel thermochemotherapy option for treating equine neoplasia

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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Considering treatment options for your equine patients with solid tumors, such as sarcoids and squamous cell carcinomas? Adding heat to your existing chemotherapy treatments may produce an increase in favorable results, according to Jeff Phillips, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM.

Phillips, the assistant professor of oncology and genetics at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, discussed the characteristics and treatment options of equine sarcoids, squamous cell carcinomas (SCC), and melanomas in horses at this year's American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Forum. In his discussion, he mentioned an 81% favorable response rate when combining heat with chemotheraphy treatments, such as carboplatin or cisplatin.

Read the overview of his presentation by Nancy Loving, DVM on TheHorse.com.

Phillip Barnes (and Dakota) Phillip Barnes
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About Phillip Barnes:
Phillip Barnes has been helping veterinarians by letting them know about important drug shortage alerts and new dosage forms available from Wedgewood Pharmacy for more than nine years. In his role as Social Media Manager, Barnes seeks to enhance the relationship veterinarians and pet owners have with Wedgewood Pharmacy by creating more opportunities for effective communication.

The views expressed on this blog are solely those of the writer and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or positions of Wedgewood Pharmacy.

Medications compounded by Wedgewood Pharmacy are prepared at the direction of a veterinarian. Many compounded preparations are commonly prescribed, and supported by literature, to treat particular species and disease states, but you should always consult your veterinarian before taking or administering any compounded medication. Wedgewood Pharmacy does not make claims for the efficacy of its compounded preparations.

Phillip Barnes, Social Media Manager 7/20/2011 9:36:00 AM

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