Researchers are constantly searching for new ways to treat Canine Lymphoma and as a result there are always a large number of new medicines and studies underway.
The wave of the future, for conventional Canine Lymphoma care, seems to be either Bone Marrow Therapy, or Monoclonal Antibody Therapy. .
Ask your vet if he is aware of any in your area if this sounds intriguing to you.
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