On Mon Sep 18, 2006 12:02 pm, mnp13 wrote:I don't know how far you are from Cornell, but if her cancer is rare, maybe they will have some options for you? Your vet would have to contact them directly - they do not take calls from owners. They are argueably one of the best Universities in the world in Vetrinary medicine and they might have experiemental medicines in the works. Many human cancer drugs start out as animal drugs. It might be worth a try, I know two people who had pets with rare cancers and Cornell treated them for free as teaching cases.
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