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Has your dog been diagnosed with Osteosarcoma and is scheduled (or going to be scheduled) for a limb amputation? If so, you and your veterinarian surgeon can participate in a study with Kay Foos, Daniel Powell PhD., and Nicola Mason BVetMed, PhD at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.

The team at UPenn are researching the feasibility of a new cellular immunotherapeutic approach for dogs with osteosarcoma. Fresh tumor samples are needed, collected at the time of amputation, to be sent to the Mason laboratory at UPENN where they will undergo processing.

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